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La Serena 

Región de Coquimbo.

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Todo Chile

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Example: Look at the amount of sodium in one serving listed on the sample nutrition label Higher in %DV for Dietary Fiber, Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron, and Potassium Lower in %DV for Saturated Fat, Sodium, and Added Sugars Is %DV of 37% contributing a lot or a little to your diet? This product contains 37% DV for sodium, which shows that this is a HIGH sodium product (it has more than 20% DV for sodium). If you consumed 2 servings, that would provide 74% of the DV for sodium – nearly three-quarters of an entire day's worth of sodium. Compare Foods: Use %DV to compare food products (remember to make sure the serving size is the same) and more often choose products that are higher in nutrients you want to get more of and lower in nutrients you want to get less of. Protein: A %DV is required to be listed if a claim is made for protein, such as "high in protein Understand Nutrient Content Claims: Use %DV to help distinguish one claim from another, such as "light,” “low,” and “reduced.” Simply compare %DVs in each food product to see which one is higher or lower in a particular nutrient. There is no need to memorize definitions. Dietary Trade-Offs: You can use the %DV to help you make dietary trade-offs with other foods throughout the day. You don't have to give up a favorite food to eat a healthy diet. When a food you like is high in saturated fat, balance it with foods that are low in saturated fat at other times of the day. Also, pay attention to how much you eat during the entire day, so that the total amount of saturated fat, as well as other nutrients you want to limit, stays below 100%DV. Look at the example below for another way to see how the Daily Values (DVs) relate to the %DVs and dietary guidance. For each nutrient listed in the table, there is a DV, a %DV, and dietary advice or a goal. (más…)