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how do you think understanding how to read a food label might benefit you? How might you utilize this information to improve your eating habits?
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User: how do you think understanding how to read a food label might benefit you? How might you utilize this information to improve your eating habits?

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User: how do you think understanding how to read a food label might benefit you?

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darny21|Points 344|

User: how do you think understanding how to read a food label might benefit you?

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Weegy: Understanding how to properly read a food label can be important to sustaining a healthy lifestyle especially if you are on a diet or are simply trying to stay healthy knowing exactly what is in a product. [ An example of such is that such information will help determine how many calories you have consumed per day, and if this is within your daily limit. ]
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