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Cancer Survivors: Food Labels

Carla Araya, Registered Dietitian with Miami Cancer Institute, recommends looking at the ingredients. "They go from highest quantity to lowest quantity. If sugar or some preservative is at the beginning of the list, you don't want that, you want it to be as natural as possible." She also points out about fiber it is better to get high-fiber food, which on the label you can see it closer to 20%.

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