Fat-Free Salad Dressing
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Non-fat dressings often pack in scads of salt to compensate for flavor, and they often include dozens of artificial ingredients. Besides, you should have a little fat with your salad. Your body needs it to be able to absorb the nutrients in all those fresh veggies. "Tossed salads are full of fat-soluble vitamins, so I recommend low-fat or light dressings instead of non-fat," Salge Blake says. "Plus, a little fat helps you feel fuller."