Fat Matters, But Calories Count
Just because a product is fat-free doesn't mean it is
calorie free. In fact, fat-free or reduced-fat products can have as many, if
not more, calories per serving than regular products. So, yes, you do need to
watch your fat intake. But remember that calories count too.
Read the nutrition labels and compare the calories
in products like these:
Healthy Weight Tip
Eating fat-free or reduced-fat foods isn't always the answer to weight loss. You need to watch calories, too.