Food Comparison

July 2005 Issue

EN Sheds Some Light on “Lite” Ice Creams

Nothing beats a cool cone on a hot July day. But if summertime finds you regularly treating yourself to a cone or cup, you’d be smart to select a scoop that doesn’t do your diet in. Before you buy "lite," be sure you know what “lite” refers to. Is it light in fat, sugar or calories?

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