The correct question is:
What do "fat-free" foods not provide?
What are contained in all foods?
What are something your body doesn't need?
- Calories are a measure of energy. All foods have calories, but foods differ in the
amount of calories they supply. The more calories a food has, the more energy it supplies.
- Your body needs calories (energy) every day. The energy is used for growth, cell repair and
maintenance and physical activity.
- Some "fat free" foods have more calories than the fat-containing versions because sugars are
often added to these foods to make them taste better.