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  1. It’s not the pasta. It’s not the sauce. It’s the total diet and lifestyle. While there’s a little wiggle room at the margins on this, no food is inherently fattening. What makes people fat is a combination of the amount of food they get and the amount of exercise they do, filtered through the lens of personal metabolism. Now, there are certainly sauces which are more fattening than others if consumed in identical quantities. A good tomato sauce, for example, contains almost no fat, while a good cream sauce is mostly fat. But to say that any given food makes you fat is so incomplete as to be basically false.

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