nonfattening

nonfattening

(ˌnɒnˈfætənɪŋ)
adj
not causing weight gain: a nonfattening alternative.
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I'm not the demographic, but those who want a nonfattening meal with their amigas to discuss their vacations in Morocco and the preservation of heritage structures downtown should consider this as a very viable alternative for a leisurely lunch on this side of Makati.
In a show recorded in London in 2011, Millican shares humorous insights into her life, including the perils of living alone, and offers advice on such things as nonfattening stress relief.
Chain drug retailers are partnering with their suppliers to educate female shoppers about nonfattening, nutritional choices for their families.
Some scientists think that this encapsulation approach could also lead to tasty but nonfattening food products.
For most of us, this means any resolutions we dared to make last month are now toast (and they're probably not the nonfattening kind).
Cooking your wife an exotic, nonfattening meal can have the greatest effect of all.
With real concern over obesity and being overweight, coupled with advancing age and aches and pains, clear focus is on nonfattening food and drink and eating to prevent specific health problems.
It certainly is nonfattening and full of vitamins and minerals.
This alternative to gum arabic could, as a nonfattening food ingredient alone, eclipse the present gum arabic market.
7--Color) Romance her with nonfattening chocolate-shaped candles, $19.
For rigid calorie counters, there are a host of nonfattening sauces of tomato, mushroom, and onion.
Beet and cane sugar processors may one day be able to convert sugar into nonfattening food ingredients, such as low-calorie fillers, binders, and extenders for food products.