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Fat free Ice-Cream or Frozen Yoghurt

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fimac1 Thu 27-Aug-09 14:56:26

Having decided to start eating more healthily and try and lose a few pounds along the way, I have been looking in the local supermarkets for fat free ice cream or fat free frozen yoghurt - does anyone know where I could get some from?

Many thanks

FiMac1

AtheneNoctua Thu 27-Aug-09 15:14:06

Try the __ cow variety. Lazy cow? Something cow? I can't remember. But, it's probably not fat cow or it wouldn't sell. wink

Oh, may skinny cow?

Or I like the Weight Watcher desserts.

Jackstini Thu 27-Aug-09 15:15:52

Ben & Jerry's do a lower fat frozen yoghurt version of their choc brownie ice cream - is lurvely. Was in Tesco.

jazzandh Thu 27-Aug-09 15:50:29

They also do cherry garcia and pfish food now.

thumbwitch Thu 27-Aug-09 15:52:26

skinny cow.
Marketing bollocks. Full of sugar and have a higher GI than normal ice cream because the fat slows down the rate of absorption of the sugar. Won't help you lose weight at all.

AtheneNoctua Fri 28-Aug-09 09:54:42

I think that is true for most food products. When they remove fat, they put sugar in its place. Another example is salad dressing.

But, everyone has a different approach to dieting and if your objective is to reduce the fat intake these are a way to still enjoy some treats.

You could always have a skinny cow and go running. Nothing quite like a nice sugar high to get your feet moving.

fimac1 Fri 28-Aug-09 17:05:02

hi as I am sort of following the low gi diet they don't sound is if they are for me? I will check that now, thanks for the info.

Shame as I looked at their website earlier and their ice-creams did all look rather yummy sad

AtheneNoctua Fri 28-Aug-09 21:14:05

In that case, I don't think you should be looking for fat free because most fat free things eith hike up the sugar or they add sugar and nutrasweet.

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