Low-fat



[loh-fat] /ˈloʊˈfæt/

adjective
1.
of or being a food or style of cooking that contains or uses very little butter, oil, or other fat, usually three grams of fat or less per serving.
adjective

having reduced fat content; low in fat, esp. having three grams or less of fat per serving
Examples

Low-fat recipes contain less than 30 percent of their total calories from fat.

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