No, all labels on prepared foods are not accurate. NBC Today had an excellent story called Not All Calorie Counts Are Created Equal. Slender For Life™ can help you manage the weight loss and daily life.
Studies show that there is an average 18% variation in calorie count in packaged foods. An 18% variation in calorie count can equal 30 to 40 pounds of weight gain per year! Some restaurant and food labels are nearly 20 percent off when it comes to listing caloric content. So why the discrepancy? David Zinczenko, author of “Eat This, Not That!” and Madelyn Fernstrom, TODAY’s nutrition and diet editor, speak with Meredith Vieira about calorie accuracy. Watch Not All Calorie Counts Are Created Equal.
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Skip the packaged meals and when eating out, remember, that there is a lot more fat, sugar and salt in the restaurant meal than if you had made the same meal at home.
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I give myself the time to prepare my meals at home.
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