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Nutrition Basics Center

The basics of good nutrition begin with the USDA's food guide pyramid, called MyPyramid, and knowing how to read nutrition labels. It is important to understand how metabolism works and the role of proper serving sizes. Diet professionals such as dietitians can develop individualized nutrition plans for people with specific needs (e.g., patients with diabetes).

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