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We have all become chronic food nutrition label readers. The chart found on most foods on grocery store shelves contains valuable information, but do you really understand what the values mean? Most grocery shoppers will say that sticking to the outer isles of the store is the healthiest alternative, however nutritious foods such as canned tuna, dry beans and whole grain cereals can be found on the inner isles. To understand the nutrition of your food, first look at the nutrition facts table. You will find calorie and nutrition information on this table. If you learn how to read these charts properly, they can provide quick, yet helpful information to your shopping routine. 1. Always check the serving size listed