cholesterol-free

cho·les·ter·ol-free

(kŏ-les'tĕr-ol-frē')
A product so labeled contains, by F.D.A. order, less than 2 mg cholesterol per serving and 2 g saturated fat per serving.
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But when your choices for breakfast, after you've swallowed a pharmacy, is another bowl of cereal, a bran muffin or a bowl of fruit, you find yourself making like Ray Milland in ``Lost Weekend'' - frantically digging in the back of your freezer for some frozen, cholesterol-free, phony bacon to nuke.
All 34 of the new restaurants identified for this expanded program have chosen to participate in testing consumer acceptance of Grillers(R), a meatless burger which is cholesterol-free and contains only 7 grams of fat.
Families lined up at the courtyard for a free serving of Asian dishes, including cholesterol-free papaya salad, compliments of the Thai Health and Information Services Inc.
Entenmann's new fat-and cholesterol-free cakes, cookies, and pastries are getting rave reviews.
Craisins(R) not only deliver a natural fruit flavor burst, but are made from real fruit and are naturally fat free, cholesterol-free and have no artificial flavors or preservatives.
Because our products taste just like cheese or meat, but are fat- and cholesterol-free, consumers have little reason not to change their diet for the better.
Ocean Spray(R) Light juice drinks have 100% vitamin C, contain no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives, are low in sodium and naturally fat- and cholesterol-free.
For those who like chocolate any time of day, Kellogg recently introduced Kellogg's Cocoa Frosted Flakes, a fat-free, cholesterol-free chocolate cereal, in 16.
Grillers(R) are a favorite product of the 12 million vegetarians nationwide and others looking for meatless, cholesterol-free foods.
The cremes are sodium and cholesterol-free, contain one gram of net carbohydrates per serving, and have 25 per cent less fat than other dairy-based whipped toppings - with no refrigeration required.
Whole eggs can be replaced by cholesterol-free substitutes or egg whites.

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