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You’re into your health. You’re eating a balanced diet and exercising. But navigating the grocery store or pharmacy aisles to help ensure that you and your family get the biggest nutritional bang for your buck is not easy.
Nutrition facts panels and dietary supplement information are mandatory on most food and supplement products. Still, you may ask yourself, what does it all mean? What should I be looking for? What’s the difference between nutrition labels on food and dietary supplement labels? They both look so similar.
I turned to our NSF experts for some key insights into comparing the two. As we take a closer look, we see that they are in fact distinctly different.
Most packaged foods contain a nutrition label with all the information about the product to help you make informed choices.
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