Published on May 14, 2017
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Are you sure that what you’re picking up at the grocery store is the best option for your goals? Especially if your goal is to be eating leaner, lower fat, higher protein options for the six pack your’re training for?

Luckily, we have this video here today to break down how to properly understand a nutrition label. It’s important to not only understand what is on the label in the first place, but what certain measures and ingredient profiles mean for your health and fitness.

For example, you may see that a bag of chips is only 90 calories – no big deal, right? But did you look at the serving size for the whole bag that you’re about to eat? Because then, you multiply 90 calories by the servings per container, which could result in 3-4 times more calories than you thought.

Take some time to really absorb what is going on with a nutrition label, because what you think you’re putting into your body to help burn excess body fat and get you closer to your goals may not be as beneficial as you may think.

Let us know in the comments below what you may have discovered about what you have been eating, now that you know what to look for. Also, leave a comment with some of your favorite, healthy snacks that keep you on track towards your six pack abs.

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