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Synonyms for substitute

Synonyms for substitute

one that takes the place of another

to give up in return for something else

to act as a substitute

Synonyms for substitute

a person or thing that takes or can take the place of another

an athlete who plays only when a starter on the team is replaced

someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)

be a substitute

capable of substituting in any of several positions on a team

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serving or used in place of another

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artificial and inferior

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Based on this data, a diet that is low in fat and calories might be a better strategy for weight loss than using fat substitutes," Swithers said.
P&G's fat substitute olestra promised to deliver a low-fat snack that actually tasted good.
Based on that discovery, P&G developed a synthetic fat substitute with the generic name of Olestra and the trade name Olean.
But even Frito-Lay, a division of Pepsico that uses olestra under license from Procter & Gamble, is forced to acknowledge that the fat substitute isn't for everyone.
Another lab-produced fat substitute -- one that is still in the test tube -- is Olestra, a high-tech combination of sugar and fat known in scientific circles as sucrose polyester.
and Canada, the fat substitute, Olestra, found in Pringles and Lay's reduced fat chips appears to cause a dramatic depletion of fat-soluble vitamins and carotenoids, robbing us of vital micronutrients.
The Pringles Light chips are made with olestra, a synthetic fat substitute that has zero calories and passes through the body undigested.
Hiprotal 60MP is a modified whey protein concentrate that is an ideal fat substitute.
It doesn't interfere with the absorption of vitamins, as the fat substitute olestra does.
That suspicion is the thread that runs through CSPI's uneasiness about artificial sweeteners and caffeine, its dire warnings about fat and salt, its campaign against the fat substitute olestra, its hysteria about acrylamide in French fries, its discomfort with food irradiation, its condemnation of the imitation-meat product Quorn, and its opposition to alcohol consumption as a way of preventing heart disease.
Eating a meal made with olestra, a fat substitute, can provide significant health benefits to patients with early signs of heart disease, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Nebraska and Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Medical Center in Omaha.
A new fat substitute made from crushed oats and barley could turn dessert into a healthful indulgence.
Just what the world needs--another fat substitute that can cause nausea and cramps.
The ingredient was introduced with a great deal of fanfare last year as a fat substitute that delivers heavily reduced calorie counts and fat content without sacrificing flavor.
Called Oatrim because it is made from oat flour, the product offers the additional advantage that it contains soluble fiber, rather than simply being a fat substitute.