Fat content

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  1. lins74

    lins74 Full Member

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    Hi All

    I'm a wee bit confused about fat content of food I can have. Can I use a small amount of low fat spread, (lurpak light, etc), if the total fat content of my meal is low? Or am I simply not allowed to use any amount of any food that has high fat???:confused:

    Thanks for information, Jax. ;)

    Lins
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    Lins I've always understood it to mean that we have up to 15g of fat in our meals, where the fat is made up if food that is 5% fat or less. If I remember rightly, low fat spread can still be up something like 37% fat (just checked my flora that the kids use and its 59% fat even though that it has things like omega 3 and 6 fat its still:eek:)
     
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    I was never told what All B was about the 5% fat thing. I just weigh out what I am eating according to fat content and my whole meal comes to no more than 15g's of fat.
     
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