less fat

less fat

(les fat)
A product so labeled contains, by F.D.A. order, 25% or less fat than the comparison food.
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'You prefer their plenty to your less fat living here,' she rejoined.
For a product to be labelled lower fat, reduced fat or light, it has to contain at least 30% less fat than a similar product.
* Reduced/less fat: at least 25 percent less fat per serving compared to the standard food
Scientists at Oregon State University, in preliminary work, found that fried surimi seafood had significantly less fat than other fried foods.
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.
And Tesco packs nearly three times as much sugar into its "25% Less Fat" peanut butter than it does in its ordinary spread.
CHEESE AND BACON POTATOES Serves: 8 INGREDIENTS 8 baking potatoes 100g Asda 50% less fat light soft cheese 250g Asda 30% less fat mature cheese, grated 4 tsp Worcestershire sauce (optional) 4 spring onions, trimmed and chopped 8 rashers back bacon, grilled and chopped METHOD 1 Preheat the oven to 200degC/Fan 180degC/Gas 6.
This can make two burger patties at the same time, with less fat. It comes with a spatula and a drip tray.
"Nutricorn nuts is a well-balanced ingredient that contains less fat and more fibres than nuts - and is ideal for allergy sufferers because it is nut free," reported Dr Walter Lopez of Limagrain Cereales Ingredients.
The protective effect of these fibers is well known to researchers: animals fed a fiber-rich diet become less fat and are less likely to develop diabetes than animals fed a fiber-free diet.
On those days, the researchers lowered the calorie density of the entrees by 20 percent in one of three ways: adding less fat (butter or oil), increasing fruits and vegetables, or adding water.
"The weight reduction that we found when people ate less fat was remarkably consistent - we saw it in almost every trial.

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