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Zero Points Doesn't Mean Zero Calories

Zero doesn't mean "Zero." Huh?

Zero points does not mean you should eat unlimited portions. True, zero point foods have few calories,  but "few" isn't none.  So know that you can't eat unlimited zero point foods without consequences.

Here's an example: The Weight Watchers website features 0-points recipes such as Japanese Stir-Fry and Grilled Portobello Mushroom Caps. But the ingredients in these recipes often include peanut oil, sugar, sesame oil, butter, balsamic vinegar, and olive oil (definitely not calorie-free). So keep your 0-point foods intake within reason (1-2 per day) to keep calories from creeping up.

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