As dietitians, we get these questions all the time:

  • Can I eat this?
  • Does this have enough protein for me?
  • Does this have too much salt?
  • How man Calories should I have in a snack?

These questions are easy to answer for a whole day, but what about getting specific with per meal and per snack? What about when someone isn’t following a 2000 Calorie diet? Do we really expect them to do the 10% of kcals (or less) calculations for saturated fat and added sugars then convert to grams on their own?

This worksheet can help you explain label reading and interpretation for your clients in an organized, personalized way…even for those on a modified diet.

This worksheet can help you:

  • Recommend Calorie levels for meals and snacks
  • Assist clients with staying in their daily targets for limited nutrients, like sodium and cholesterol
  • Set meal and snack benchmarks for needed nutrients, like protein, calcium, iron, or fiber

This 5 page printer friendly worksheet includes:

  • 1 Blank Worksheet with 7 empty spaces for maximum personalization
  • 1 Worksheet with 5 common nutrients of concern (e.g., Calories, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, dietary fiber, and added sugars) and 2 empty spaces.
  • 1 Worksheet with 7 nutrients of concern (e.g., Calories, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbs, dietary fiber, added sugars, and protein)
  • 1 Example completed worksheet
  • 1 Step-by-Step Guide on using this handout


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