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I'm confused! I've been careful to cut back on fat in my diet by eating fat-free foods, but my weight keeps going up. What's going on?
Posted by Stephan Mackenzie on 22 April 2011 11:18 AM
As you watch your fat intake, it's critical to remember that fat-free doesn't mean calorie free. For instance, an ounce of jelly beans (about 10) has only 0.1 grams of fat. But at a total of 104 calories, it hardly makes for a low calorie alternative. Make sure your fat-free choices are not adding to your calorie intake instead of reducing it. To lose weight, the number of calories you take in must be less than the number you expend.
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