Nutrition Facts are a label affixed to all foodstuffs sold in the United States mandated by the Federal Diet Administration. These labels generally display the ingredients of the given item, along with relevant information about nutrtitional content per serving. Some controversy has arisen about the meaning of the word "serving." These claims have been discounted as largely unfounded, however, as everyone knows that a serving refers to one molecule of the given food item. This is a perfectly reasonable amount, as most people actually keep to a 2500-calorie diet.
Still, many dietarily challenged people claim that the amounts and percentages listed are misleading and do not represent the actual amount of that food an average person would eat. Maybe that's why they're fat.
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