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Old 01-21-2013, 11:56 AM   #4 (permalink)
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So I logged an item that I had sitting right in front of me, it was something they had listed and none of the facts matched. calories, carbs, ect ect. So honestly i dont even know what to think. My sodium level is obviously incorrect, telling me I had double the sodium I actually had.
Anyone know why it does this? Or why it says there are vitamin B12 in foods that have none? Why does it say my sodium is 2100 when it was 1100? Is it doubling my sodium for some unknown reason?
What was the item?

A lot of vegan foods (tofu, soy products, etc.) are fortified with B 12. Most cereals are fortified with B 12 too.
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