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The U.S. Department of agriculture has replaced the traditional food pyramid with a graphic of what a plate should look like, indicating the amount of fruits, veggies, protein, grains and dairy that should be included at a meal. Graphic courtesy of The USDA

Crunching into food labels

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Good fats, bad fats, too much sodium, too little fiber, serving size, portion control -- it can all get very confusing, especially when reading nutrition labels on foods.

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