When Serving Sizes Are Too Small
Don’t by misled by ridiculously small serving sizes on meals labels.
Maybe probably the most egregious instance is Pam Cooking Spray, because the Middle for Science within the Public Curiosity has identified. The listed “serving measurement” is a spritz lasting an inconceivable ¼ second (which sprays 1⁄100 of an oz. of vegetable oil).
That enables the label to say serving has zero energy, zero fats, zero all the things—and six-ounce can incorporates 529 servings. Extra realistically, a six-second spray has 50 energy and 6 grams of fats—as a lot as about ½ tablespoon of vegetable oil.