- L - Glossary Terms


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Labeling compliance is the process of verifying that a product label fulfills all health authority (HA) regulations, industry standards, and is error-free. Labeling includes the data from clinical information and core safety information of a product.



Latex is a white fluid produced by certain plants that is used for making rubber. 



Limited ingredients means that a product has used a limited number of ingredients in its recipe formula. Not always, but often, it will be a single source protein. 



Lipids are fatty, waxy, or oily compounds that are soluble in organic solvents and insoluble in polar solvents such as water. Lipids include fats and oils (triglycerides).



Carbohydrates that break down slowly, such as oats, release glucose gradually into the bloodstream. They have low glycemic indexes. The blood glucose response is slower and flatter. Low GI foods prolong digestion due to their slow breakdown and may help with feeling full. 




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