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How can I cut calories from condiments?

Sharon Richter, RD
Nutrition & Dietetics
To cut calories from your condiments: watch your portions; order dressing on the side; and trade heavy dressings and sauces for lighter options, like salsa. Watch registered dietician Sharon Richter discuss how you can lighten up your condiments.
Keri Gans
Nutrition & Dietetics
Use low-fat versions of sour cream, mayo, cheese, and dips, and punch up flavor with herbs, spices, and low-fat condiments. If you like to cook, swap out high-fat ingredients like butter, oil, and mayo for their low-fat counterparts.
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