Health talk

January 1996
World Almanac for Kids;1996, p112
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Provides definitions for some of the words that are used in food packaging. Information about nutrients, including carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins; Details about calories and how to maintain a healthy weight; Focus on fats and cholesterol, including information about what foods are healthy and which foods to avoid.


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