9 'zero-calorie' foods that actually have calories in them
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Food manufacturers are allowed to say that something is calorie-free if a serving contains less than five calories, meaning that you could have the wrong idea about many of the foods you eat.

Diet soda confuses the brain with insulin signals and sweetness detection and as a result, many people who drink it gain weight.

When it comes to gum and mints, sugar-free does not always mean calorie-free.

We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but all those zero calorie...

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