The numbers on the side represent the Macronutrient content Per 100 Grams in the following order:
Grams of Fat, Grams of Protein, Grams of Total Carbohydrate, Grams of Fiber
Example 1: Strawberry 0, 1, 8/2 = 0 Grams of Fat, 1 Grams of Protein, Grams of Carbs 8, Grams of Fiber 2.
Example 2: Walnuts65, 15, 14/7 = 65 Grams of Fat, 15 Grams of Protein, Grams of Carbs 14, Grams of Fiber 7.
Example 3: American Cheese 31, 22, 2/0, = 31 Grams of Fat, 22 Grams of Protein, Grams of Carbs 2, Grams of Fiber 0.
Don't worry if the numbers don't add up to 100 grams because there are other things such as water composing the mass of the food. Also, these numbers are just a rough guideline and may be slightly different depending on the brand. A perfectketogenic ratio occurs whenthe grams of protein are slightly more or the same as the grams of fat.
Colors & Meanings:
Low Carbohydrates, High Polyunsaturated Fats
Low Carbohydrates, High Saturated Fats
Low Carbohydrates, Low-Moderate Fats
Moderate Carbohydrates, High Polyunsaturated Fats
Moderate Carbohydrates, High Saturated Fats
Moderate Carbohydrates, Low-Moderate Fats
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