The nurse has instructed an overweight client to
follow a 2,000-calorie diet by substituting foods considered low in calories
for those higher in calories. How does the client interpret the food label to decide if a food is low in calories?
- A. The product label will state "lighter" or "reduced calories."
- B. The nutrition facts label will have the letter
- "L" located in the lower right corner.
- C. * Nutritional labeling on the product will
- indicate less than 40 calories per serving.
- D. The product will contain no more than 11% fat.