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A 21-year-old created a genius replacement for nutrition labels — and it reveals a better way to decide what's healthy


A 21-year-old created a genius replacement for nutrition labels â and it reveals a better way to decide what's healthy
Business Insider

In the chart above — a redesigned version of a nutrition label from a package of whole grain rolled oats — you can see that most of the calories come from carbohydrates, or the nutritional components of food that our bodies break down quickly into fuel.

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