Category: Nutrition counter


Anti Aging Foods is a one-stop guide to common, everyday foods and nutrients that can help you fight the aging process with every meal. In the nutrition counter you’ll find information about calories, portion size, total fat, good fats, bad fats, fiber, calcium, sugars, the antioxidants vitamin C and beta-carotene, and the B vitamins. We hope you will use this information to help you make informed, healthy choices as you purchase, prepare, and enjoy your meals.

Abbreviations and symbols

Abbreviations and symbols

Here are the abbreviations and symbols you will see in the nutrition counter. cont = container g = gram mcg = microgram mg = milligram mL = milliliters Na = not available; the product may contain this substance but the manufacturer or company does not list this information on the label oz = ounce pc(s) [...]

How to identify anti-aging nutrients

How to identify anti-aging nutrients

Each of the food entries in the nutrition counter has information in the following categories: food name, portion size, calories, total fat, good fats, bad fats, fiber, sugar, beta-carotene, calcium, vitamin C, and B vitamins. Let’s look at each of these categories more closely. Portion Size This is the standard amount of food suggested by [...]

How to find your foods

How to find your foods

All food items are arranged alphabetically. For example, if you want to find peppers, turn to the nutrition counter and look for “peppers.” Under “peppers” you will see that there are several types of peppers, and you can easily compare the nutritional values of each. Some foods have been placed in categories. One of the [...]