While food shopping, you will no doubt see products labeled as “fat free” or “lite.” What do these labels really mean, and can you trust them?
Food manufacturers are required by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to meet certain requirements before a product can be labeled a particular way. Understanding the meaning of these labels can help you make healthy decisions the next time you are at the grocery store.
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