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Old 04-21-2011, 11:18 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by lastri View Post
I tend to think that if no fat, low fat means they add chemical in it. If that it would not good for your body.
I try to go as natural as I can.
I agree... that's definitely true with a lot of no and low fat foods. Like I said, I typically only go lower fat on meats and dairy because there aren't usually additives to replace the fat. I always read the labels on everything I buy. I know that low fat options can take some getting used to, but I've never minded them, so it's an easy place for me to cut calories without feeling deprived.
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low carb, macronutrients

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