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Quick Tips for Lowering Cholesterol (Page 2)

Read beyond low-fat

1. Read Beyond “Low-Fat”

Even foods that claim to be “low-fat” may contribute significantly to fat intake if you eat more than one serving. The label phrase “low-fat” means the product contains 3 grams or less per serving. Be sure to check the serving size on the nutrition facts label and account for the extra fat (and calories) consumed if you eat more than one serving.

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