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fat-free

(fat-frē')
A product so labeled contains, by F.D.A. order, less than 0.5 g fat per serving.
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So while a cup of Fairlife Fat Free has the same 80 calories as a cup of ordinary fat-free milk, it delivers 13 grams of protein (vs.
The pizzas are made with cheese with 95 per cent less fat than other cheeses, a crispy fat free crust of natural stone ground flour and patented fat-free Italian tomato sauce.
So I decided to try and create the first fat-free square sausage.
When the researchers investigated the benefits of milk specifically, they found women who drank two or more servings of fat-free milk each day reduced their risk for high blood pressure by up to 10% compared to those who drank fat-free milk less than once a month.
So Good Fat Free, which the eponymous producer claims is the first fat-free soya milk in the UK, blends filtered water and soya protein with vitamins, calcium and iron.
Other recent introductions by the agribusiness giant include trans fat-free Healthy Choice frozen entrees and the Angela Mia line of frozen Italian products, Childs said.
In general, a big gap in taste exists between completely fat-free and low-fat or reduced-fat products, but there's a very small difference between low-fat and regular, full-fat ones.
Great-tasting, energy-boosting, fat-free, and water-rich, apples are the perfect portable snack.
For instance, Kraft now markets a trans-fat-free Oreo cookie and Smucker's has rejigged the brand that used to epitomize trans fats by introducing trans fat-free Crisco shortening.
If you eat your salads fat-free, you may be shortchanging yourself of vital nutrients.
VEGETARIAN: fat-free ranch, ranch, Caesar, and Thousand Island dressings sandwich buns, coleslaw, corn cobbettes