Jelly Babies fat free?????

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It says on Jelly Babies they have no fat, I ate some this weekend and now I am worried in case I am stopping any weight loss. Because something days no fat is it the green light to go ahead and eat it???

Thanks Hannah

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    Hi, it's true there isn't any fat content in jelly babies so you won't get any bad side effects with the orlistat but every single jelly baby is 20 calories.
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    You also need to watch the sugar content in food, not just the fat.  Well, to avoid the nasty side effects you have to watch the fat content but you'll find that a lot of low fat processed foods also have high sugar in them.   
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    You can eat sweets but obviously they are full of sugar you won't stop any weigh loss unless you eating a bucket a day i have eaten sweets and it hasn't stopped mine
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      Oh Lord, I ate quite a few Jelly Babies this last few days (2 packs) I am disgusted with myself. But  I have learned from it and won't do it again.

      Wellllllllll it is Easter that's my exscuse.

      One other question?????    Is it 15 grms of fat  per 3 meals a day, as some people have said it's on 15 grms  twice daily meal.

      Thanks Hannah

       

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      Look don't worry it's sweets not 10 mcdonald burgers ok they are full of sugar but i would rather eat sugar than fat save the weets for once a fortnight or per month.

      It's 15g of fat per meal so 15 for breakfast 15 for lunch 15 for dinner i don't manage those amounts but total fats for the day should be no more than 45g a day

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