Not surprisingly, a new study finds that “low fat” and “fat free” products sold in Canada are just as full of calories.
How is that possible? It’s because manufacturers replace the fat with something else. And that something else is often sugar.
If you want to become fat, eat a lot of sugar (this turns your body into fat-storage mode). A good way to eat more sugar is to buy low-fat products. Maybe it’s no coincidence that the low-fat craze perfectly coincides with the modern obesity epidemic?
(Yes, that was a rhetorical question).