Even if it is .4 grams of fat per spray, and you use 10 sprays, it is just 4 grams of fat, or 36 calories. It is more likely 1 gram of fat, and 9 calories for 10 sprays, and not enough to even track. You are obviously aware that it has some fat, so use what you need, count the one gram of fat if you feel the need, but it won't make any difference in your diet, unless you use 30-40 sprays.
I use 2 Tbsp. of actual butter for my eggs at breakfast, which is 200 calories, and 22 grams of fat. This makes a large pool of butter, and if you take 1/4 stick and melt it, you can compare what it looks like versus what the pan looks like when you spray it. I have a feeling that you will realize that you use 1/10th as much, which may help you relax. That is why they made it a spray, to limit the fat and calories. As long as you are aware that there are some of both, you will probably limit it enough, just because of being aware.
Edited by: RUSSELL_40 at: 3/17/2014 (11:32)
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