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Andrea Halperin knows your darkest secret: You want to run amokeating all sorts of goodies. Muffins, brownies, pizza, chips! But,alas, fears of winding up the size of a Macy's Thanksgiving Dayfloat keep you nibbling away at those bland salads.

The 34-year-old New York City entrepreneur feels those hungerpangs and has done something about it. Her two-story, 4,300-
square-foot store, F3 Fat Free Foods, has become a mecca for peoplewith health problems, such as diabetics and cardiac patients, butit also caters to those of us watching our weight (that's justabout everyone, isn't it?). The store, which opened lastSeptember, stocks 7,000 completely fat-free foods from countriesaround the world, including France, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico andSpain. The aisles brim with every sort of pastry, deli meat,soufflé, pizza, cheese and much more.

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