NUTRITION GUIDELINES

15 Fake-Healthy Consumer Products - Page 4

By Janet O’Dell, RN @temmaehrenfeld
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November 09, 2017
01 Sep 2008 --- Woman holding tuna sandwich --- Image by © the food passionates/Corbis

4. Low-fat or reduced-fat commercial foods. 

You actually want to eat foods that naturally contain healthy fats rather than load up on products that often contain added sugars and may well leave you hungry. A prime example is reduced-fat peanut butter, which substitutes sugar for the fat.

 

 

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Updated:  

April 09, 2020

Reviewed By:  

Janet O’Dell, RN