It would be the perfect festive treat for those looking to keep the weight off – low-fat chocolate.
And scientists claim to have found a way to make it happen.
The have come up with ‘choco-lite, which contains microscopic bubbles of a jelly made from seaweed that bulk out the chocolate.
Scientists at Warwick University claim they have found a way to make tasty low-fat chocolate using agar bubbles
The agar bubbles are also high in fibre, a natural appetite suppressant.
Previous attempts to reduce the fat content of chocolate – usually about 30 per cent – while retaining the taste and texture have failed.
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