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Unformatted text preview: Join us for a hands-on introduction to tarot reading with Sara Ferguson! This tradition dates as far back as the 15th century in northern Italy. Tarot uses symbolic representations that can be used for practical problem-solving, creative visualization, meditation, and divination. Confused about nutrient requirements? Daily Reference Intake (DRI ) Estimated Average Requirement (EAR) Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) Adequate Intakes (AIs) Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) Try Reading a Food Label Portion Size is decided by the manufacturer 15 calories from fat 60 calories per serving = 15/60 = 25% calories as fat ???? 15 calories from fat 60 calories per serving = 15/60 = 25% calories as fat ???? Meats and Dairy Products can be expressed as % by wt 1.5 (g fat) = 2.7% fat (by weight) / 54 (wt) Whole milk = 48% cal as fat 2% milk = 27% cal as fat 1% milk = 22% cal as fat Skim milk = 0 cal as fat Dairy Deceit Daily Reference Value Daily Reference Value 1.5 g = 2% of DRV 1.5 / 0.02 = 100% of DRV 75 g = 100 % of DRV 75*9 = calories of fat 675 = calories of fat 675/2000 = 33.75 percent calories as fat Daily Reference Value 9 g = 18% of DRV 9 / 0.18 = 100% of DRV 50 g = 100 % of DRV 50*4 = calories of protein 200 = calories of protein 200/2000 = 10 percent calories as protein Daily Reference Value 3 g = 1% of DRV 3 / 0.01 = 100% of DRV 300 g = 100 % of DRV 300*4 = calories of carb 1200 = calories of carb 1200/2000 = 60 percent calories as fat Daily Reference Intake 2000 Kcal intake / day Fat Fat (30%) Protein (10%) Carb (60%) Food Labels...
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