Avoid the Fat Trap

You are shopping in the snack aisle and those boxes of chocolate goodies, cookies, crackers and cereal bars are bursting with nutritional claims, “fat-free”, “reduced fat”, “99% fat free”, “low fat.” The question remains, “if they are fat free or low fat or even reduced fat, can you eat these instead of their regular higher-fat cousins to avoid gaining weight?”
The answer lies in the calories. Fo...

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