food labels for their total fat and saturated fat content.
Compare them per 100g rather than per serving suggestion, as
portion sizes can vary dramatically. Foods containing less
than 3g total fat and 1.5g saturated fat per 100g are classed
as low-fat and low-saturated fat respectively.
health world is awash with buzzwords, and a food label saying
'light', 'lite', 'half-fat', 'lower-fat' or 'reduced-fat'
doesn’t necessarily make the food low-fat. Instead they
indicate that it contains 30% less fat than a similar product,
but it still may contain a similar amount of (or more)
calories as its full-fat equivalent because fat is often
substituted with sugar.