The Low Fat food
Labeling is not completely regulated, to increase the sale of
foods in today's market, most Everything in the supermarket today
has the words "Low Fat" or "Lower Fat".
Make sure you carefully inspect each
product that you buy for this reason, what is low fat to a manufacturer
can be very high to your diet. As a rule try finding foods that
are less than 2 grams of fat per serving.
The word "Lower Fat"
can be very misleading, all this statement means is that the food
is lower fat than it was, if it had 100 grams of fat originally
and it now has 90 grams of fat it is the "New Low fat"
version but it is still outrageously high in fat, you will be
surprised how many foods use this trick!
To sum it all up, just because it says
low fat doesn't really mean it is, check the label to see if it
is Low Fat or Full of It!