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Should I eat a midmorning snack?

Keri Gans
Nutrition & Dietetics
If you’ve gone for more than four hours without fuel, of course you’re going to want to overeat. It is crucial that you have a midmorning snack to tide you over. Keep a healthy morning “extra” on hand by making your morning snack a portable part of your breakfast prep. Bananas and a nonfat Greek-style yogurt (Greek-style yogurt is higher in protein than regular yogurt) are great options.
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