Picture this: You're in the snack aisle of the grocery store and as your hand is reaching for the Pepperidge Farm Milano Cookies you remember your upcoming tropical vacation, your new bikini and the fact that your sister-in-law (whose baby weight "just fell right off") will also be there. So instead your hand makes a swift move to the right and grabs the fat-free chocolate cookies instead.
It sounds logical—you eat low-fat foods, you lose weight—but studies show that the opposite is more likely.
What do you think? Do low-fat and fat-free foods make you gain weight? Check out our slideshow above for the answers!