5 Foods That Claim to be Zero Calorie but Lied
If eating something tasty with zero calories sounds too good to be true, that’s because it is. According to the FDA, a manufacturer can say that a food is calorie-free if one serving has less than 5 calories. Therefore, if you’re adding ‘calorie-free’ dressings to your salad, chew sugar-free gum or drinking diet sodas or day long, the total number of calories may be surprising.
Being well informed is the key of a balanced diet. Instead of counting solely on the label, let’s find out what the most popular ‘zero-calorie’ foods really have to offer.
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