Study: Low fat foods contain an average 20% more sugar than full fat equivalents

April 8, 2014   // 0 Comments

Article courtesy of the Daily Mail via "The Rundown" Low fat food sold as good  for you is often anything but because it contains more sugar, a study suggests. It found manufacturers are making their 'healthy' options more palatable by replacing fat with sugar. Graham MacGregor, professor of cardiovascular medicine at the Wolfson Institute, said people need to reduce their consumption...

Continue reading