If you want to be healthy, the recommendations are loud and clear: reduce your consumption of bad fats, especially saturated fat and trans fatty acids, and you will reduce your risk of heart disease.Eating a low fat diet does not mean sacrificing flavor and taste. You can enjoy many of the foods you love with just a few changes. We hope to show you an approach to cooking using our low fat recipes to help you choose the correct foods and preparation methods.If you are trying to lose weight, remember that calories do count! To lose weight, you must burn more calories than you consume.If you reduce your calorie intake by 300 calories a day and increase your activity to burn 200 extra calories per day, you can expect a steady weight loss of approximately one pound per weekIf you want to lead a healthier, low fat lifestyle, find out how much fat is ok, what we really mean by low fat, and what we need to do to change the way we cook and eat. App includes recipes for:Low Fat Main Dish Recipes:Far from being restrictive, eating low fat is easy. Enjoy many delicious and satisfying meals and snacks that are high in flavor and low in fat, including some favorite comfort foods made over.Appetizers and Snacks:From dips and chips to nibbles on sticks, enjoy low fat appetizers, snacks and party foods.Soup:Enjoy some flavorful low-fat soups for all seasons--some of them light, some of them hearty.Salads:Salad isn't automatically healthy or low fat. You have to learn to use lighter dressings and switch out high-fat ingredients for low-fat ones. The possibilities are endless: leafy greens, crunchy veggies, beans and grains can all be used to build fabulous low-fat salads.SideDishes:Keep your meals low fat with these side dishes, ranging from salads to rice to vegetables.Desserts:No one says you have to give up dessert just because you're eating low fat. Pudding, pies, and delicious fruit-based desserts can all be on the menu. Just remember to watch those portions. They may be low in fat, but they're not necessarily low calorie!