Calories make you fat, and most “low-fat” or “fat-free” foods actually have just as many calories as their full-fat versions, because of added sugar and chemicals.
Since we made “cut down on fat” our favorite food craze roughly 30 years ago, the U.S. obesity rate has doubled and among children, it has tripled. That’s a failed food policy if ever there was one.
But it’s just one of many “get fat” habits that can be turned into a “slim-down” habit, starting today.
Here are the 10 habits you can replace right now.