low fat

A label claim on a packaged food, asserting that the labelled food has 3 g of fat/serving

low fat

(lō fat)
A product so labeled contains, by F.D.A. order, less than 3 g of fat per serving.
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ISLAMABAD -- Low-carbohydrates diet helps more in reducing weight and cardiovascular risk than the low fat diet, a new study has revealed.
Breakfast Menu Breakfast 1 Boiled egg on toast: 2 boiled egg, 2 slices of wholegrain toast, one level teaspoon olive oil spread, 1 satsuma Breakfast 2 Fresh fruit salad + Greek yoghurt: 2 tablespoons low fat Greek yoghurt, 1 banana sliced, 1 kiwi fruit diced, 6 walnut halves, 1 tsp honey Breakfast 3 Wholegrain cereal + milk: Two Weetabix biscuits, 125ml low fat milk, 1 tablespoon of raisins, 1 tablespoon of slithered almonds Breakfast 4 Warm soya oat porridge: 4 tablespoons cooked porridge oats made up with soya milk + water, 1 apple grated in, 2 teaspoons of pumpkin + sunflower seeds Breakfast 5 Vegetable omelette: 2 eggs, ' a red pepper, 1 tomato, fresh parsley.
Before: High fat After: Medium to low fat Make it healthier: Use extra-lean mince and fry in a small amount of spray oil.
FOR many years, I have used Klim's low fat milk by Nestle, Dubai.
Low Fat Organic Yogurt Smoothies (all flavors); 4-oz.
Consumer expectations of low fat are much higher than they used to be.
Weight Watchers has launched three "food-to-go" low fat cakes through George Adams van sales.
After 12 weeks, serum levels of HDL cholesterol rose by an average of 14% from baseline in the patients on the low-carbohydrate diet, compared with an average 3% drop among those on the low fat diet, said Ms.
Garnish each serving with 1 teaspoon low fat sour cream and diced tomatoes and diced avocado, if desired.
LOW carb diets result in more weight loss following six months of such a regime than low fat diets, but both regimes see similar levels of weight loss after a year according to two studies published in USA's Annals of Internal Medicine.
No, according to an April 2002 review of studies in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition that summarized "high and low fat treatments when subjects were allowed to eat ad libitum.