Percent Daily Value* (amount)
||10% (190 calories)
||Needed to repair body tissues and develop new ones, to maintain
fluid levels and to make antibodies which ward off disease and
||Fiber reduces the risk of some types of cancer, helps control
blood sugar levels and may help reduce the level of cholesterol
in your blood.
|Most concentrated source of energy in the diet. Carries fat
soluble vitamins such as A, D and E and helps maintain healthy
||Vital antioxidant which protects Vitamin A and body's cells
and tissues from damage. Important for the immune system. May
aid in the prevention of tumor growth.
||Important in the release of energy from the food we eat and
the maintenance of healthy skin, the nervous system and the digestive
||Important for the development of new cells, particularly during
growth and pregnancy.
||Makes and breaks down proteins and makes red blood cells used
to transport oxygen in the body.
||Needed to ensure normal functioning of the nervous system,
appetite and digestion.
||Releases energy from the food we eat, helps skin stay healthy
and assists in the normal functioning of the eyes.
||Important in the building of bones and teeth, creation of protein,
transmission of nerve impulses and maintenance of body temperature.
||Component of all soft tissues. Fundamental to growth and maintenance
of bones and teeth.
||Important to the formation of hemoglobin, health of bones,
blood vessels and nerves.
||Needed to ensure the body's water balance and create protein.
Helps release energy from nutrients. Aids in nerve impulse transmission.
||Aids in the transport and distribution of oxygen in the body's
||Aids in the formation of protein, wound healing, blood formation,
taste perception, appetite, and night vision.
||Needed for the development and maintenance of healthy bones
* based on 2,000 calories