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If you read the nutrition label as It will make it easier to choose healthy food.

What is a nutrition label?

A nutrition label is a food label that lists nutrition information. Which specifies the type and amount of nutrients of that food in a rectangle called There are two types of “nutritional information frames”: full and short.

1. Full Nutrition Labels It is a label that shows the type. And 15 important nutrients to note for the height limit label. The full nutrition label can be displayed in a horizontal or transverse manner as specified by the Ministry of Public Health.

2. Simplified nutrition labels This is used when 8 of the 15 nutrients are very small to zero. So there is no need to show them in full.

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Nutrition labels are labels that show nutrition information. With details of the type Nutrient content Energy contained in that food and beverage product There are two types of nutrition labels.

- Nutrition labels show nutrient information And energy per serving

How to read

- See sharing tips How many times should I share per package?
- See the amount per serving, such as 1 sachet or grams
- See the nutritional value per serving, including the amount of energy. Nutrients and percentage of nutrients that should be received per day
- The percentage of nutrients help say Is it the right product for our health?
1. Less required nutrients Or have to limit them to get too much, such as saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol and sodium should not be more than 5 percent.
2.Nutrient needs And useful such as dietary fiber, vitamins, calcium and iron should be greater than or equal to 20 percent.

- GDA nutrition label (Guideline Daily Amounts; GDA) or sweet and salty label

How to read

- Food sharing advice How many times to eat per 1 package?
- Shows the amount of energy, sugar, fat and sodium that will be received per package.
- Look at the energy, sugar, fat and sodium in 1 package, what percent of the amount you should get, for example, the sodium content of snacks should not exceed 200 mg per packet (30 g) (not more than 10% of the sodium content. That should be received per day)

Foods on the label that diabetics need to know

- carbohydrates and sugars

People with diabetes should consider total carbohydrates per serving to be more or less than their preferred carbohydrate per meal and per day. Including the amount of sugar added to that product How many grams are there (1 teaspoon of sugar gives 5 grams of carbohydrates), if you eat 15--18 grams of total carbohydrate?

Must exchange that kind of food with 1 ladle of rice flour.

- Dietary fiber

The amount of dietary fiber in the product How many grams In general, you should get 40 to 45 grams of fiber per day, which can be obtained from fruits and vegetables, as well as some from rice, flour, and lightly refined grains. In children should have dietary fiber based on age (years) plus 5 grams per day.

- fat

It will tell you the total fat content. (Including saturated fat Polyunsaturated fat and fat

Unsaturated, single position) The amount should not exceed 30% and cholesterol not more than 200 mg per day.

- sodium

The amount of sodium should not exceed the daily intake. It will cause problems of kidney disease, heart disease and high blood pressure.

People with diabetes should be careful in choosing food using the principle of "reduce sweet, reduce fat, reduce salty".

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