Washington: Beware diet conscious people,the low-carb meals you are taking to keep fit may have morecalories than nutrition labelling indicates.
Likewise, measured energy values of 10 frozen mealspurchased from supermarkets averaged 8 per cent more caloriesthan stated on the label, the study said. "These findings suggest that stated energy contents ofreduced-energy meals obtained from restaurants andsupermarkets are not consistently accurate and in this studyaveraged more than measured values, especially when free sidedishes were taken into account, which on average containedmore energy than the entrees alone," lead author Susan BRoberts said.PTI
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