A serving size is an amount of food listed on a product's Nutrition Facts or food label.
Listing of each ingredient in the supplement whereas quantity measurements in IU’s (International Units).
List the quantities and percent daily value for sodium, dietary fibre, total carbohydrate, sugars, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, iron and calcium. Listing this information is voluntary.
Use the common name of an ingredient if FDA has not established its daily value.
Include amount per serving. For example, per capsule, per packet, per 5 tablets, etc.
A list of calories from fat, saturated fat, total fat and cholesterol. If your supplement contains any measurable amount of trans fat, place that information directly under the listing for saturated fat.
DV means Daily Value. According to FDA, the percent daily value on all dietary ingredients must be declared.