If the calorie content is lower because some of the almond is ending up in the toilet, doesn't that mean some of the nutritional value (magnesium) is also ending up in the toilet?
If they adjust the calorie and macronutrient content for labeling, will they also have to reevaluate the numbers for micronutrients like magnesium?
Will they have to put special labels on almond packages, one for chewers and one for gobblers?
Funny in a good way. It really doesn't matter. The point is to eat all you want (while getting lots of variety) of any whole, unrefined plant-based food. By so doing, you get all the nutrients you need whether you are a chewer or a gobbler. We don't need to be looking at the labeling if it is a plant, and we shouldn't be eating things made in a plant. If it has a label, we probably should avoid eating it.