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low-cal

(lō′kăl′)
adj.
Having fewer calories than what is standard or typical: low-cal snack foods.
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`Use a dash of olive oil with low-cal ingredients like balsamic vinegar, citrus juice and zest, chillies and herbs,' says Nigel.
LOW-CAL COCKTAILS SAY cheers to Bio-Synergy's Skinny Bellini if you are cutting back on the booze.
For dog owners who are concerned about controlling what's in their dogs' food or who are looking to find low-cal, low-fat options for their slightly plump pups, "Doggy Desserts" provides many tasty options.
For 45g, they're not ultra low-cal or low sugar, but coconuts are full of "good" fatty acids that help the body produce energy and contain zero cholesterol.
For 45g, they're not ultra low-cal or low sugar, but coconuts are full of 'good' fatty acids that help the body produce energy and contain zero cholesterol.
This low-cal drink is loaded with vitamins, minerals and polyphenols--which may promote thyroid and bone health.
Many of the 100 low-cal recipes are inspired from New York's hottest bars, including artisanal drinks, spicy and savory cocktails, and infusions as well as "up-fashioned" classics like Mudslides and Pina Coladas.
She said: "No magic wand, just tiny, joyless low-cal eating and lots more walking.
His is a low-cal, six-meal-a-day formula proven to help users lose up to five pounds every five days.
WEIGHTWATCHERS SELECT HAM, SPINACH & TOMATO TART PS1.79 A good filling, low-cal option - 326 cals (or nine ProPoints).
Low-Cal Vegan Comfort Food (ISBN 978-1-61519-042-3) is o 272-page book.
While she stuck to low-cal vodka and soda, Mel B couldn't let the night go and refused to take off her cat-suit.