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low-fat in Nutrition topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlow-fatˌlow-ˈfat adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DFNcontaining or using only a small amount of fat β†’ full-fat πŸ”Š low-fat yoghurt πŸ”Š a low-fat diet
Examples from the Corpus
low-fatβ€’ Prudhomme said the learning process was similar to that he undertook before writing a low-fat cookbook.β€’ low-fat cottage cheeseβ€’ People who lose weight and keep it off eat a low-fat diet with an occasional splurge.β€’ Ulene tries to practice what he preaches, jogging and eating a low-fat diet.β€’ To do so follow two simple guidelines. 1 Keep to the low-fat dishes. 2 Keep to the very simple dishes.β€’ Cultured buttes-milk is pasteurized skim milk or low-fat milk that has been soured by lactic acid producing bacteria or other similar culture.β€’ Richmond stresses the opportunities for Ruby to complement Staley's low-fat poly-dextrose bulking agent, codenamed Topaz.β€’ Gently melt the low-fat spread in a saucepan and add the flour.β€’ All the family can enjoy eating the low-fat way and it will do everyone a world of good.