> Hi all,
> I have never seen peanut wonder, however from the figures you gave the 2.5 % fat
> equals 22.5 calories, as there are 9 calories in every gram of fat.
> As the total of that serving is 100 calories as stated on the label, your 2.5 % of fat is
> actually 22.5 % FAT !!!! Just see what percentage the FAT calories are of the total !
> It's easy to work out in this case, as it is obvious that 9 x 2.5 = 22.5 and that
> you don't need to work out what percentage 22.5 is of 100, it is the same i.e. 22.5%
> You can do this with any food label to see what percentage of the calories you are eating
> are actually from fat. Most labels quote the percentage of fat by weight!
> > Just thought I would tell you about a great Peanut spread that we use. My
> > husband had triple bypass a year and a half ago and we try and follow a
> > Fatfree diet but when we get a craving that we can not ignore for peanut
> > butter we eat "Peanut Wonder " by Tree of Life. I get it at our local
> > health food store. Here are the Nutrition Facts from the label. Serving
> > size 2 TBSP. CALORIES 100
> > Total Fat 2.5g. 4% Sat Fat 0 Cholest 0 Sodium 95 Carbs. 13g. Sugar
> > 3g Protein 4g.