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MICHELLE COOPER: Next, we're going to talk about ice cream and some healthy options. Ice cream, ice milk, sherbet and sorbet, it can be confusing. One easy way to remember is ice cream contains all the milk fat and the cream that belongs with it, so it is the highest in fat. Ice milk is its low fat counterpart; it's made with skim milk. Even lower in fat would be sherbet and even lower in fat than that would be sorbet which are like frozen fruit juices. Another low-fat option would be a fudge bar, a popsicle, a fruit bar or other frozen sorbets.
 A frozen yogurt can be low in fat but you need to look for non fat or fat free or lite because the whole fat yogurt can be just as high as the ice cream. If you're a diabetic, you might want to consider getting the low sugar or sugar free popsicle, sorbet or ice cream. So remember, you can have ice cream as part of a healthy diet but try to choose ice milk over ice cream, low-fat or non-fat yogurt, sherbet or sorbet, and if you need to watch your sugar intake opt for the sugar free as well.



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