I always buy the international delight fat free french vanilla creamer, love it, it is a must have in my morning coffee, I do limit my coffee to two cups and measure a tablespoon of cream for each cup.
skimmilk and sweetners are better than creamers any day, manufacters never put the exact ingredients on small packets to write stuff up to put in the nutrition page and the girl serving in the coffee bar is going to get flipped if I ask for the box they have them in too.. if there is no info on the packet I don't use it full stop.. creamer is calories that has to be counted..
I always opt for fat free - I was told by a trainer that one mush watch the sugar gram intake in everyday foods. Did you check out the calories from Sugar in Yogurt, milk, cereal etc - its OVERWHELMING!
I usually go for sugar free... but a lot of them have different serving sizes so the best thing is to just take the time and compare them based on what you want.... im usually just looking for least calories.
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I always end up buying the fat free.
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I prefer the sugar free, but that goes along with my diet. The sugar free tends to have less calories.. the fat free has more sugars.. It all depends on what will work better for your diet. Fat free usually means MORE sugar.
I know the best thing would be to get rid of it altogether, but I am not ready to do that yet. I only use small quantities of the flavored coffee creamer. So which is the least evil, sugar free or fat free?
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