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Mayo Clinic Minute: 3 S’s to limit in your diet

The nutrition facts label offers a quick overview of a product's serving size, calories and nutrients to help you make smarter choices when buying packaged foods. Boosting nutrients such as calcium, dietary fiber and iron can improve nutrition. On the other hand, decreasing the amounts of other nutrients also can positively impact on your health. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, dietitian [
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