- adj. having relatively few calories
“I say save yourself a few calories, skip the whole trans/sat fat gig, and learn to enjoy your coffee unadulterated -- and calorie-free.”
“If you can hold off eating your Halloween candy until the following summer, as I do, you're eating virtually calorie-free candy.”
“Sweeten with a teaspoon of raw sugar (15 calories per teaspoon), ½ teaspoon of Agave nectar (about 10 calories per ½ teaspoon), or your favorite calorie-free sweetener.”
“Truvia also contains erythritol, a calorie-free sugar alcohol that diffuses the sweet taste across the palate and helps make the crystals.”
“It's still a diabetic-friendly, calorie-free and low-GI sweetener that measures 1: 1 to sugar (by weight, not volume), but JLS is all-natural and a whopping source of fibre: in 100g of the powder, there are 96 g of the good stuff!”
“Coke is betting that consumers will reach for a $1.99 15.2-oz. bottle as a calorie-free, flavorful alternative to water.”
“Artificial sweeteners are nonnutritive (calorie-free) synthetic sugar substitutes, although they can be manufactured from natural substances like herbs or, in the case of how Splenda describes itself, from real sugar.”
“Foods with sugar alcohols can get a sugar-free designation because they replace full-calorie sugar sweeteners, but again, they are not calorie-free.”
“Use different water flavorings, from teas to calorie-free, naturally sweetened mixes.”
“It's a quick and visually-inviting way to get a high-flavor beverage that's virtually calorie-free.”
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