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List Of Fat Free Foods
Most low fat and fat free foods are high in sugar. However i'm told these are better choices when it comes to dairy. Should i eat whole or low fat?
Opinions, opinions: I don't think it will matter too much - so a big part of your answer will be which you like better. Also different brands can differ. But, i've heard from nutritionist friends that the range from whole to fat free is much smaller than the public thinks. If you have gall bladder problems or a specific reason to avoid fat, think non-dairy! otherwise, read labels & buy what you like. ...Read more
Low fat foods : Low fat foods may help but not if they contain additional sugar. Losing stomach weight is difficult and unlikely without consistent aerobic exercise 4 to 5 times a week in your target zone. Exercise plus good nutrition is important, particularly focus on a plant based diet like the mediterranean diet. Best wishes. ...Read more
I am 19 yrs i have chronic pancreatitis(idiopathic), i want to increase my weight any advice for exercise.i am having fat free food no animal proteins?
Will be difficult.: Most ppl w/ CIP become thin. To increase weight, you need 2 increase caloric (food) intake. I normally recommend exercise & increasing protein intake. However, ur diet & pancreas preclude this. There must be some (vegetable?) proteins that you can consume. I would have you coordinate with a nutritionist who is experienced with your condition. Tell them ur problem & ask them how to gain wt safely. ...Read more
Is it better to look for foods that are fat-free or sugar-free for healthy weight loss and exercise? I am looking for low sugar diet. No aspartame?
No: You need at least 3-5% of your fat as long chained triglycerides to absorb the fat soluble vitamins a, d, e, and k. Without absorbing these vitamins you can get vitamin deficiencies and night blindness ( vitamin a deficiency), rickets, from ( vitamin d deficiency) and irreversible neurological deficiency from lack of vitamin e and bruising and bleeding from vitamin k deficiency. ...Read more
Olestra: Fat-free pringles contain Olestra, a fat substitute which in large quantities can lead to abdominal cramps, diarrhea and malabsorption of some vitamins. Taken every once in a while, they are better than regular potato chips, but I wouldn't eat them every day. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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