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Are You Label Able?

One diversion to buying healthy foods is figuring out what the labels mean. It can be tough and misleading at times, but the sooner you learn. the easier it will be for you to make smart decisions at the grocery store. So put your label smarts to the test in this five question quiz. Good luck!

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Are You Label Able?

Products labeled "light," or "lite," mean what?

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mspineapple mspineapple 7 years
So bad
mspineapple mspineapple 7 years
So bad
lilCROAT03 lilCROAT03 7 years
im gonna start dressing like that to go get groceries.
doogirl doogirl 7 years
Three out of five. I missed the first and last ones. I have to agree with the first two posters, the sodium content is usually equal to or higher in a product labeled "light." The last one I just didn't know, but I'm glad to have learned it. Way to go Fit!
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i guess i still have to learn a bit about labels and how to read them. it's kind of funny to think about it since i know what i look for when i buy things but i guess i don't know everything off the top of my head.
heyjen19 heyjen19 7 years
4/5 and the first one tripped me up, too. I don't typically look at the salt or sodium nor do I consider that something that would make a food light.
heyjen19 heyjen19 7 years
4/5 and the first one tripped me up, too. I don't typically look at the salt or sodium nor do I consider that something that would make a food light.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 7 years
Wow, I did badly! 2/5
tlsgirl tlsgirl 7 years
Wow, I did badly! 2/5
xxkrist24xx xxkrist24xx 7 years
Yeah, I have to say with the first question "all of the above" is a bit misleading since it's not like "light" foods have to fulfill all of those requirements... but whatever.
bchicgrl bchicgrl 7 years
I would have to disagree with the first one as a lot of things that are labeled "light" has more sodium then their full fat versions. It doesn't make any kind of sense but that's what I've seen on some of the things I shop for.
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