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How can I snack and still lose weight?

Rose Reisman
Nutrition & Dietetics
One rule I abide by is to eat enough at meals to reduce the urge to snack. A common mistake is to eat too little during meals, then snack whenever there's food. Let's be honest: usually these snacks aren't healthy choices.

Nonetheless, healthy, planned snacking can ward off hunger between meals. Keep the snacks to fruits, vegetables, yogurt, small amounts of cheese or small amounts of nuts. These foods have all the nutritional benefits and will raise your blood sugar slowly so that you'll feel full longer. I call this "power snacking."
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