Diet foods that secretly make

September 2012
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);9/3/2012, Vol. 63 Issue 36, p75
The article presents information on so-called sugar-free or fat free food items which actually promote weight gain. Dietitian Kate Di Prima says that veggie chips are not different from potato chips. A recent study by consumer watchdog Choice reveals that more calories and sugar were found in some low-fat brands in comparison to regular yoghurt. Kate says that diet cola is not better than regular one.


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