Toss these low-fat foods
Hate to break it to you, but it's time for another fridge and pantry clean-out.
Look for anything labeled "low fat," "fat free," or "reduced fat." While these labels are fine for dairy products like milk, you shouldn't automatically assume other types of foods are any better for your diet than the full-fat versions.
Why? All too often, companies use more sugar, salt, and additives to make them taste good. The result is foods that are lower in fat, sure, but more sugary and sometimes even more caloric. So search your cupboards for these nine foods, and replace them with our expert-approved picks.