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nonfat

[non-fat] /ˈnɒnˈfæt/
adjective
1.
without fat or fat solids; having the fat solids removed, as skim milk:
nonfat milk.
Origin
1965-1970
1965-70; non- + fat
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Examples from the web for nonfat
  • They were asked to follow a heart-healthy diet, full of fruits and veggies and low-fat or nonfat dairy.
  • Add some color to your meal with purple potatoes or use the nonfat citrus dressing on white ones.
  • Some brands even include many choices: enriched and unenriched, nonfat, and low-fat.
  • Foods that are good sources of calcium include low-fat or nonfat milk, yogurt, and cheeses.
  • The main ingredient is a mix of nonfat milk powder, defatted soy powder and defatted egg.
  • Choose nonfat or low-fat dairy instead of whole milk products.
  • In diet salad dressings and similar products inulin is used to mimic fat, and it does make nonfat yogurt surprisingly creamy.
  • Both soy flour and nonfat dry milk are valuable nutritionally for another reason.
  • nonfat yogurt helps fortify bone that builds strong teeth.
  • When all fat became bad, anything nonfat became good.
nonfat in Medicine

nonfat non·fat (nŏn'fāt')
adj.
Lacking fat solids or having the fat content removed.

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