Adamant Platypus (adamantplatypus) wrote in thequestionclub,
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Calories

How do you calculate calories when most lables include a "calories" and "calories from fat" content on them?

I'm confused because something has 140 calories, but 0 calories from fat, and I'm not sure what the difference is, healthy-eating wise.


EDIT: I'm asking how "fat calories" figure into the health of the food. If it's got less "FAT" calories, is it generally a good-for-you food? Or is it deceiving?
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