I agree with your comment about people feeling like they have to buy something just because low-cal or low-fat is written on the package. Those words are so overrated! I wish more people paid attention to what they were actually consuming when they consume those things. For instance, I know the price I pay for liking non-fat milk over the rest of the varieties of milk is that it has more sodium in it (as all low-fat or non-fat items do over the regular version). I check the ingredients on everything. Another example is mayo. I checked the cals of a low-fat mayo against the regular mayo & found the differences weren't significant enough for me to switch. A lot of things are like that....what's really the point of getting the low-fat or low-cal version? Less than what most people think.
I didn't even know there was a team on here for those of us that see the light, I'm very glad I came to your page! :-) 3070 days ago