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"Fat free" or "low fat" doesn't mean healthy. Fat actually isn't all that bad for you, amirite?

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And usually reduced fat products have extra sugar in them to compensate for the loss in flavor.

@wobbuffet And usually reduced fat products have extra sugar in them to compensate for the loss in flavor.

Agreed. Like those one-serve tubs of "99% fat free" yoghurt that seem to have around 33 grams of sugar (and one tiny tub seems to be over one portion too). So they aren't healthy.

If you want to eat something healthy, check the nutritional information first, regardless of what the front of the food says.

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