Calories are calculated by multiplying the grams of protein and carbohydrate in a serving by 4 and the grams of fat by 9. This is done because there are approximately 4 calories per gram of carbohydrate and protein and 9 calories per gram of fat. This calculation applies to all foods except those containing alcohol.
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Brian Hodges discuss a frequent question he receives in the lab. 1. What is a Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) Analysis?READ MORE
The Rapid Visco Analyzer is a tool used to determine the cooked viscosity of products such as grain, flour, cereal-based, and starch.READ MORE
There have been several changes made to the FDA/USDA Nutrition Facts Label: Servings are in larger, bolder typeface. Serving sizes have changed to reflect reality. Calories use a larger typeface. Percent Daily Values have been updated. A new category has been created: Added Sugars. There is a change in the required and voluntary Absolute valuesREAD MORE