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Have you ever picked up an item in the grocery store that looked healthy, turned around to read the label, and just ended up confused? Good news: You will start to see a new and improved Nutrition Facts label on almost all packaged foods by July 26, 2018.
My name is Katie Hake, and as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Indiana University Health, my goal is to help you be a smart consumer. I specialize in working with bariatric patients. In addition to being followed by a team, our patients also receive individualized nutrition counseling to help them make healthy changes long term. Through individual sessions and support groups, we work together to learn more about nutrition, which includes learning how to read food labels.
So, What Will Be New?
The Take Home Message?
-- By Katie Hake, RD