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Rene Endara explains how to read and understand the information given on the labels of food.
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On behalf of tvlesson.com my name is Rene Endara body builder and nutritional consultant with reneendara.com. On this clip I’m going to show you how to read food levels. Now the most important thing to remember when you are doing a reading the food level you have to keep in mind that you are going get the percentages of what’s in the foods the elements that are in the foods and that’s very deceiving and the reason why it’s deceiving is because they play with the numbers. Say for instance that listing has a 100 calories now the hundred 100 calories a 120 of it is fat will that says some of the story but don’t tell the whole story and one importantly than anything what I’d like to everyday do is to ignore this part and focus on the part says ingredients. Now the part of that ingredients is tells you the whole story, it tells you the first ingredient is almonds, evaporated cane sugar that would be the second ingredient. So in descending order from the top to the bottom you have the most, the first element it has the most and down as you go down it has less and less of it. So to keep in mind here we go we have another one, like this one would be tomato that would be the first thing on this level which is after that is salt, corn syrup, dried peppers and set your gasses. Now this is a true defection on what’s in here that you have the levels here telling you different things that has sodium, carbohydrates and that’s all great but unfortunately because of the serving size which is different in every label it’s a misrepresentation of what’s really in here and that’s how to get you uncertain products like bread and certain products like rice and pasta. The most important to read is the ingredients and the food levels. So keep in mind, read the levels but just the ingredient part on behalf of tvlesson.com this is been Rene Endara and thank you for watching.