I agree, it all depends on the product. I used to tell myself that it wasn't healthy to eat fat free foods because of the added chemicals and sugar; I used it as a excuse to continue eating higher fat, often full fat foods. But then I started reading labels and discovered that there are fat free foods without added chemicals and sugar. For example, fat free plain yogurt, fat free cottage cheese, fat free milk, and fat free cream cheese. These are all great alternatives to full fat dairy and rarely have added chemicals or sugar. And the fat in dairy, even reduced fat or light dairy, tends to be saturated fat, which is not good fat.
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"Decide what you want; decide what you're willing to exchange for it; establish your priorities, and go to work." --H.L. Hunt
"Life has hills. Set the treadmill at an incline."