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Thread: Favourite Low Fat Grocery Items???

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    I quite enjoy the Yoplait No Fat yoghurts, which have 70% less sugar as well! I think a 200ml tub equates to 1WW point....


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    Quote Originally Posted by nellbe
    Okay girls, tell me where I can find the kernals butter from?
    It would be from Kernel's. You may not have one near you?? It's a shop that sells different flavoured popcorns.

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    I have just discovered Cruskits with fish paste, lol. It may be an aquired taste for some, lol.

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    Mini weiss bars - just perfect for dessert!

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    I can't believe that we are so boring. I have this 'thing' about food being environmentally and socially friendly, so everything I buy is either fair trade, organic or both. It means I have to make a lot of my own meals, but what I save!!!

    Oh, boy.

    In consumption of kilojoules and calories expended!

    I was 99.5 kg two years ago and I am 52 kg now, so can recommend this method as having worked for me!
    Last edited by canberramomma; October 20th, 2007 at 07:42 PM.

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    Mine are a new brand of "chips" called Pitos
    They are made from pocket bread pieces
    and baked - so they have a fraction of the fat or carbs as normal potato chips

    and oh so yummy

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    Popcorn is great if you have it plain. I love lite cottage cheese, could live off it. The best thing ever, though, is tofu which has bulk protein and is SERIOUSLY low cal (if it's plain that is).

    Oh and i forgot, negative calorie food, like apples. Neg cal means that you use up more calories digesting it than are actually in the food. There should be a list on google on what foods are, usually its raw fruit and veg.
    Last edited by Neenee Jellybeanie; August 4th, 2008 at 01:30 AM.

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    I love Vaalia Natural Yogurt (low fat), it is really creamy for a low fat, natural yogurt. I put a sweetener tablet in with some pureed pawpaw or mango and I have it for breakfast almost every day. It is so yummy!

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    AVOCADO!!!


    mmmm yummm i have it on everyttthingggg hehe

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    I love WW eclairs!! SOO GOOD 1.5points

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    My favourite: Nestle Chocolate Mouse, Ice cream and Diet Coke with Lemon

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    As Cailin mentioned in her list, I have found the Meringue nests for when I need a sweet treat that is low in calories. To make it a bit healthier I add some ski Dlite yoghurt and some banana slices. Yummo!

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    UltraSlim dark choc coated cherry bars YUMMMM better than a cherry ripe any day! (insert drooling icon here) 138 calories and 4.8 grams of fat!

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    Has anyone else had the sultry sally potato chips? They are a low fat potato chip and I practically lived off them when I had gallstones - yummy salty goodness - dunno about points but I lost 6+ kg over 2.5 months.

    Don't bother with the Woollies select potato chips, they are foul.

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    Something new to add to all chocoholics lol. Sugarless confectionery makes chocolate that tastes like normal chocolate but has next to no sugar in it. It is for diabetics but I can recommend it to anyone wanting a treat but low fat and near sugar free

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