Reduced-fat peanut butter may have fewer calories, but you'll find unhealthy ingredients and extra salt and sugar to make up for the flavor. Willow points out that a recent study showed that we might not feel as satisfied with these low-everything diet foods and "that could cause us to end up eating more in the long run." All three nutritionists agree on choosing real food over "diet" foods and limiting the processed foods because it's healthier and more filling.
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