Items that are advertised as having reduced fat are not always the healthy, low fat option they claim to be.
The term reduced fat, to many people, means that the food will help them to lose weight. However, the truth is that the product just contains a little less fat than it originally did.
This could be a marginal difference and may not be a good food to eat whilst trying to lose weight. For example, a triple chocolate sundae which claimed to have reduced fat wouldnt help weight loss. Unfortunately.
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