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Patrice Flood Changes to the Nutrition Facts Labels 2. What major change are you making? The changes I will be making is to read the nutrition facts label more about what’s healthier for me. It will help me pick out the correct nutrient food to eat and tell me the correct serving size to have. Reading this chapter help me understand what I should have bring all my life by eating right. 9. Will the new label look different? Yes, the label might look different. But we will
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  • Spring '17
  • Nutrition, major change, nutrition facts labels, Patrice Flood

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