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6 Changes to the Nutrition Facts Label You Need to Know May 1, 2019 Alexandria Ancira, Intern If you haven’t heard by now, the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) is requiring food companies to update their nutrition labels for packaged foods by January 1, 2020 (or 2021 for smaller companies). Meet the 2020 nutrition label. On May 27, 2016, the FDA announced a number of significant changes to nutrition facts labels for packaged foods based on new nutritional and scientific information, evolving diets and dietary needs and to account for the links between diet and chronic diseases such as obesity and heart disease.

The new nutrition facts label has some important changes. Here’s a nutritionist’s takeaway. Recommendations for added sugar and alcohol may be soon change. as well as fun ways.

6. Ignore the hype. Somer cautions that buzzwords like “whole grain,” “natural” and ”gluten-free” don’t necessarily mean a food product is healthy. Check the ingredient list and the Nutrition Facts label to be sure that what you’ll be putting in your mouth actually is good for you, she says.

Current Label New Label Nutrition Facts Serving Size 2/3 cup (55g) Calories 230 % Daily Value* Trans Fat 0g Saturated Fat 1g Sugars 12g Cholesterol 0mg Sodium 160mg Total Carbohydrate 37g Protein. A 2010 study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior found that nutrition marketing, such as health claims on the front of a box, is commonly used on products high in saturated fat, sodium and/or sugar, and more often in kids’ products. Stick to the Nutrition Facts Panel to determine how healthy a. Unfortunately, the labels have not helped, as America continues to grow, and not in a good way. While blaming the inadequacy of the nutrition panel is a naive approach to America’s relationship with its food, there are certain oversights or loopholes in the way packaged food information is provided to consumers today.

Nutrition Facts Label Variations. Many Nutrition Facts labels on the market will be formatted in the same way as the lasagna label that has been used as an example throughout this page, but there. Photo credit: Dan Domme via Visual Hunt / CC BY-NC-ND Things are changing for nutrition fact labels, and in a good way for consumers! The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is proposing an update to the nutrition facts label found on the foods you eat every day, and these labels can be your ticket to good health.

The FDA announced the upcoming label changes on May 20th, 2016, which will affect both the Nutrition Facts label (found on food) and the Supplement Facts label (found on dietary supplements). ( 7 ) Supplement labels contain important information regarding the nutrients and ingredients in the product.

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FDA also republished this information as a guidance document for industry and expanded to include conventional foods along with dietary supplements.30 The document sets forth criteria for when the agency allows a qualified health claim in labeling.

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Changes to the nutrition facts label.

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In 2014, the government proposed changes to Nutrition Facts label format.

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It is expected that by 2020, the revised format for Nutrition Facts label will be universally used on all processed food products.

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In May 2016 the FDA finalized a new Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods.

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In 2016 the FDA announced the new nutrition facts label layout, designed to better educate consumers on the relationship between diet and chronic disease.

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In 2016 the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the new Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods to reflect new scientific information.

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Three types of nutrition-related information are now closely regulated on package labels: “Nutrition Facts,” Nutrient Content Claims, and Health Claims.

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For dairy products, the most relevant are • General Standard for the Labelling of Prepackaged Foods (2008); • General Guidelines on Claims (1991); • Guidelines on Nutrition Labelling (2006); and • Guidelines for Use of Nutrition and Health Claims (2008).

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19 Government website, “Proposed Changes to the Nutrition Facts Label” and “Changes to the Nutrition Facts Label,” http://www. fda.gov, accessed April 15, 2018; Alexandra Sifferlin, “FDA Revising Food Nutrition Labels,” Time, http://healthland.time.com, accessed April 15, 2018.

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  • What? If the diet it’s based on 2000 calories, why won’t foods just say how many calories per package or serving? What does 13% fat has to do with what I need to know? How many calories it’s there?

  • Hi, I really think that this video was very informative and I really learned a lot. I also think that after this video I will look at the food label in the right way now. Before this video, I only looked at the calorie, which turns out not to be true. So I know that I can multiply the grams by the serving to get my actual calorie. Thank you!

  • I really wish health professionals would stop promoting dairy as a health food. It is inflammatory and has a high glycemic index. There are so many alternatives for calcium. A lot of plant-based milks have more calcium than milk. And higher milk consumption has been linked to higher levels of osteoarthritis because even though it contains calcium it causes the body to deplete it simultaneously.

  • The new nutrition label is HORRIBLE. It is Way too limited and should never have dropped the vitamin A and C listing. It is incomplete. It also SHOULD list B vitamins which are hugely important. You dropped the ball BIGTIME on this!!!!!! It needs to be fixed!!!

  • Even though fat seems bad to our health, but actually there’s a difference between the good fat and the bad fat, by reading Nutrition labels, we can distinguish the food is healthy or not

  • Even though fat seems bad to our health, but actually there’s a difference between the good fat and the bad fat, by reading Nutrition labels, we can distinguish the food is healthy or not

  • Good presentation, you mentioned that white bread are unrefined carbohydrates. But, it’s a refined carbohydrate because the bran and fiber which contains B Vitamins are removed from cereal grain which makes it a refined carbohydrate.

  • When adding the carbs fat and protein in my pitta bread it came up to 172 calories but he packet says it’s 180? Do I need to add dietary fibre, sugar potassium etc to get to the 180 calories?

    I’m in the Uk England

  • Good presentation, you mentioned that white bread are unrefined carbohydrates. But, it’s a refined carbohydrate because the bran and fiber which contains B Vitamins are removed from cereal grain which makes it a refined carbohydrate.

  • Where’s the links to the studies showing saturated fat is okay for you??? Saturated fat mostly comes from animal products and is NOT good for you!!

  • When adding the carbs fat and protein in my pitta bread it came up to 172 calories but he packet says it’s 180? Do I need to add dietary fibre, sugar potassium etc to get to the 180 calories?

    I’m in the Uk England

  • It is taught in school!:) I’m an intermediate school health teacher. Our students get nutrition education every year starting in grade 5 in health class, but it is also addressed in the elementary school. Unfortunately, just knowing the information doesn’t mean kids/families use the information.

  • The new nutrition label is HORRIBLE. It is Way too limited and should never have dropped the vitamin A and C listing. It is incomplete. It also SHOULD list B vitamins which are hugely important. You dropped the ball BIGTIME on this!!!!!! It needs to be fixed!!!

  • Where’s the links to the studies showing saturated fat is okay for you??? Saturated fat mostly comes from animal products and is NOT good for you!!

  • Can you please explain calories from fat.  On here it says 40.  After listening to the video, it says fat provides 9 calories per gram.  9 x 8 = 72.  So why don’t these numbers match up?

  • I would still ignore the fruit, natural sugar is still sugar, and sugar blocks fat burning and is still not good for you. Eat more veggies instead.

  • What? If the diet it’s based on 2000 calories, why won’t foods just say how many calories per package or serving? What does 13% fat has to do with what I need to know? How many calories it’s there?

  • Thanks for this info, Emily. These changes will be helpful to the average consumer. I especially like that the serving size will be indicative of what is actually a serving. Lindy Ford, RD, LDN

  • It is taught in school!:) I’m an intermediate school health teacher. Our students get nutrition education every year starting in grade 5 in health class, but it is also addressed in the elementary school. Unfortunately, just knowing the information doesn’t mean kids/families use the information.

  • Wow interesting Mayo clinic. I remember the days when it was not the norm to read labels. Glad we all do now. Let’s continue to learn and get healthy this year ♥️

  • I like your presentation, but I’m upset that you present some of the nutrients as safe without citing some scientific sources or your own credentials. There’s absolutely no way you should be giving that kind of recommendation without them.

  • Still thinking saturated fat is to be avoided…..so 1980’s! Who still counts calories? FAIL. It is about INSULIN response. Maybe will get it right in 30 more years….I’m not waiting!

  • Ever since I watched this video years ago, it has changed my life forever, now I’m so conscious of labels, serving sizes, nutrition, etc. Many packages make the food seem like they are so healthy and improved but when you read the labels, the facts are right there that would say otherwise. It’s easier for businesses to get away with this because a lot of people don’t know how to read the labels or understand what it’s trying to say

  • She keeps saying some children “don’t tolerate” sugar or they “don’t tolerate” juice. I feel like she is using “tolerate” as a euphemism for something… They don’t tolerate it in what way? Does it give them a stomach ache? Does it make them hyperactive or inattentive?

  • Can not trust the food lables!!!!!!! They lie and they get away from it!!! Why? Because FDA is backing them up!!!! Look around you and see how many people, specially how little kids are suffering from illnesses/ diseases that it did not even exist 100 years ago!!!!! Something must change…and we the People can only do that by only buying the healthy and right food products…. All cereals( in reality they are chuck of GMO GRAIN CHUNK loaded with toxic sugar white or brown does not matter)in the boxes, canned foods with high sodium and a lot of preservative jammed in a aluminum cans, non organic meat, non organic fruits, non organic egg and much more loaded with pesticides ( have you ever thought what does pesticides do to animals…they harm people’s body 10 times more)…any convenience, boxed, canned, frozen and conventional toxic products must be banned from our food, GMO must be removed from our foods. Important toxic product from Japan, China and more other countries must be stopped from entering to our country and lifes. Eating healthy food and have access to organic fresh reasonably priced, not processed food is our simplest right as a human being… Stop buying junk food. Do not feed your kids with these stuff, if you do it, you will see the consequences in a very near future that are not reversible and you will regret it…stop it right now!!!!! Eat fresh, healty foods!!!!

  • You forgot the most important thing which is reading the ingredients, knowing what you’ll put in your body is more important than nutrition facts

  • Ever since I watched this video years ago, it has changed my life forever, now I’m so conscious of labels, serving sizes, nutrition, etc. Many packages make the food seem like they are so healthy and improved but when you read the labels, the facts are right there that would say otherwise. It’s easier for businesses to get away with this because a lot of people don’t know how to read the labels or understand what it’s trying to say

  • Wow interesting Mayo clinic. I remember the days when it was not the norm to read labels. Glad we all do now. Let’s continue to learn and get healthy this year ♥️

  • im a kid ok, i dont understand total fat and calories means in the nutrition facts.
    is calories in the nutrition fats label are the one you will loose?
    like for example, if the calories in the label saids 231, then does that mean im going to lose 231 calories in my body and get more thiner? does the higher calories the higher im going to get thin?

    how about the total fats in nutrition facts labels.. is it just the same as calories?
    the higher the total fat the higher im going to lose it in my body?
    like example, if there is 13g% of total fat, is it also going to take 13% of fat of my body…
    Im not smart, i admit it, i just need help, no need for offensive words if im wrong…

  • Thanks for this info, Emily. These changes will be helpful to the average consumer. I especially like that the serving size will be indicative of what is actually a serving. Lindy Ford, RD, LDN

  • You forgot the most important thing which is reading the ingredients, knowing what you’ll put in your body is more important than nutrition facts

  • im a kid ok, i dont understand total fat and calories means in the nutrition facts.
    is calories in the nutrition fats label are the one you will loose?
    like for example, if the calories in the label saids 231, then does that mean im going to lose 231 calories in my body and get more thiner? does the higher calories the higher im going to get thin?

    how about the total fats in nutrition facts labels.. is it just the same as calories?
    the higher the total fat the higher im going to lose it in my body?
    like example, if there is 13g% of total fat, is it also going to take 13% of fat of my body…
    Im not smart, i admit it, i just need help, no need for offensive words if im wrong…

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  • I know this video is old but the creator says saturated fat has been proven to not be harmful. Although one meta analysis did reach this conclusion it received lots of criticism because it was flawed. Also other studies have reached conflicting conclusions. Don’t just start consuming lots of saturated fat like its a healthy thing. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated are always better. I liked the video though!

  • This channel has several videos about autoimmune disease but they’re quite old so I’m commenting on it here so more people will see it. In recent decades there have been more mysterious autoimmune and/or neurological conditions and doctors are baffled as to the cause. Well, something few doctors would even think of is mercury toxicity. I don’t mean from dietary sources but from liquid mercury and its vapor.

    The reason I know about this is because as a kid I played with mercury from thermostats, it seemed fascinating. The problem with mercury is that it’s very easy to spill a drop, and when it hits a floor or carpet it breaks up into millions of tiny beads. I spilled a few drops around our apartment, which had shaggy carpet. We all got sick for a long time and developed various symptoms from it over the following years. My brother had knee pain like arthritis and my sister had to keep getting closer and closer to the TV because her vision was so blurry. I became very shy and also started stuttering, also never ate, I had anorexia pretty much, also a lot of anxiety and general mental illness. I didn’t connect any of that to the mercury because who knew the effects of mercury? There was no Internet in those days. My mother got the worst of it, I recall spilling some right next to her bed. She had neurological disorders her whole life after that and doctors couldn’t diagnose it, so she couldn’t get disability or anything.

    It isn’t logical that a lot more people in recent decades have that kind of symptoms from a rash of neurological and autoimmune diseases naturally, like it’s a virus or something. It is logical however that after thermostats and fluorescent tubes came into wider use that more people would accidentally be poisoned by mercury vapor. How many fluorescent tubes or CFLs have you seen broken in your life? Probably plenty, you may even have broken a 4 foot tube just putting it in the garbage, or you may have broken a TV with a picture tube. You may have been in a place that had a mercury spill and not even know it, there’s no smell or anything. So anyway the point is that I think doctors should start looking more closely at the possibility of rather widespread mercury poisoning. The uptick in autism could also be related. Apparently the safest way to remove mercury from the body is with a combination of cilantro and chlorella, rather than any kind of blood chelation, which is quite dangerous. Mercury stays in the brain for decades, by the way, so it doesn’t need to have been last week that a person was exposed to have symptoms today.

  • Hi, I really think that this video was very informative and I really learned a lot. I also think that after this video I will look at the food label in the right way now. Before this video, I only looked at the calorie, which turns out not to be true. So I know that I can multiply the grams by the serving to get my actual calorie. Thank you!

  • I know this video is old but the creator says saturated fat has been proven to not be harmful. Although one meta analysis did reach this conclusion it received lots of criticism because it was flawed. Also other studies have reached conflicting conclusions. Don’t just start consuming lots of saturated fat like its a healthy thing. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated are always better. I liked the video though!

  • I have seen many videos about calories and percentage daily value. One thing I am not getting understand is about daily value. For example if an item has 20% daily value of protein, then are we having 80% of protein balance quota for the day?

  • This channel has several videos about autoimmune disease but they’re quite old so I’m commenting on it here so more people will see it. In recent decades there have been more mysterious autoimmune and/or neurological conditions and doctors are baffled as to the cause. Well, something few doctors would even think of is mercury toxicity. I don’t mean from dietary sources but from liquid mercury and its vapor.

    The reason I know about this is because as a kid I played with mercury from thermostats, it seemed fascinating. The problem with mercury is that it’s very easy to spill a drop, and when it hits a floor or carpet it breaks up into millions of tiny beads. I spilled a few drops around our apartment, which had shaggy carpet. We all got sick for a long time and developed various symptoms from it over the following years. My brother had knee pain like arthritis and my sister had to keep getting closer and closer to the TV because her vision was so blurry. I became very shy and also started stuttering, also never ate, I had anorexia pretty much, also a lot of anxiety and general mental illness. I didn’t connect any of that to the mercury because who knew the effects of mercury? There was no Internet in those days. My mother got the worst of it, I recall spilling some right next to her bed. She had neurological disorders her whole life after that and doctors couldn’t diagnose it, so she couldn’t get disability or anything.

    It isn’t logical that a lot more people in recent decades have that kind of symptoms from a rash of neurological and autoimmune diseases naturally, like it’s a virus or something. It is logical however that after thermostats and fluorescent tubes came into wider use that more people would accidentally be poisoned by mercury vapor. How many fluorescent tubes or CFLs have you seen broken in your life? Probably plenty, you may even have broken a 4 foot tube just putting it in the garbage, or you may have broken a TV with a picture tube. You may have been in a place that had a mercury spill and not even know it, there’s no smell or anything. So anyway the point is that I think doctors should start looking more closely at the possibility of rather widespread mercury poisoning. The uptick in autism could also be related. Apparently the safest way to remove mercury from the body is with a combination of cilantro and chlorella, rather than any kind of blood chelation, which is quite dangerous. Mercury stays in the brain for decades, by the way, so it doesn’t need to have been last week that a person was exposed to have symptoms today.

  • Can you please explain calories from fat.  On here it says 40.  After listening to the video, it says fat provides 9 calories per gram.  9 x 8 = 72.  So why don’t these numbers match up?

  • I have seen many videos about calories and percentage daily value. One thing I am not getting understand is about daily value. For example if an item has 20% daily value of protein, then are we having 80% of protein balance quota for the day?

  • Still thinking saturated fat is to be avoided…..so 1980’s! Who still counts calories? FAIL. It is about INSULIN response. Maybe will get it right in 30 more years….I’m not waiting!

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  • There’s an error in this video. He lists white bread and pasta as UNREFINED carbs but those are REFINED. Please double check your video before posting.

  • There’s an error in this video. He lists white bread and pasta as UNREFINED carbs but those are REFINED. Please double check your video before posting.

  • I would still ignore the fruit, natural sugar is still sugar, and sugar blocks fat burning and is still not good for you. Eat more veggies instead.

  • I like your presentation, but I’m upset that you present some of the nutrients as safe without citing some scientific sources or your own credentials. There’s absolutely no way you should be giving that kind of recommendation without them.