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10 “Zero-Calorie” Foods That Aren’t Really Zero Calories

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Manufacturers may be fooling you

We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but all those zero-calorie foods you’ve been munching on with abandon aren’t really calorie-free. According to the Government of Canada, manufacturers are allowed to say that a food item is calorie-free if a serving is less than five calories. Which means that if you’re squirting a lot of that “calorie-free” flavouring into your smoothie, or spraying a bunch of that “no-cal” cooking spray in your pan, you are getting up to 20 to 30 calories. Here’s a look at some of the biggest zero-calorie offenders.

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