What's the number one change you could make to improve your odds of understanding just how much fat, sugar, salt, or other ingredients are in your favorite can of soup, frozen dinner, or crunchy crackers? Take a good look at the serving size. Most food producers vastly underestimate how much of their product you will consume so the label will look good to you. What a dirty trick! Don't be duped next time.
For more pointers, see my secrets to reading nutrition labels.
Oh, and remember, the healthiest foods tend to be label-free! Stock up on fresh meats and produce and you'll be able to forgo interpreting the pesky nutrition label all together, and you'll be feeding your body well.