Portion size is a useful part of new meat labels, RD says

03/20/2012 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

New nutrition labels on meat show portion sizes and how many servings are in a package to help people make better choices, writes registered dietitian Sheah Rarback of the University of Miami. One-ingredient meat does not have carbohydrates, fiber or sugar, so beyond portion size, the key figures to look for are calories, saturated fat and cholesterol, Rarback writes.

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