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What are some healthy late-night snacks to eat at college?

Daphne Oz
Health Education
Always try to have a piece of fruit rather than processed snacks, especially late at night. If plain fruit doesn't cut it, try some peanut butter or low-fat cheese with the fruit. You can also dip your fruit in chocolate and refrigerate it, so if you need a little chocolate, you can grab an already dipped piece of fruit in a hurry.
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If your dorm room has a mcirofridge, load it with fresh fruits, nonfat yogurts, and veggies such as baby carrots. If you want to munch on a crunchy snack, microwave one of those 100 calorie snack packs of popcorn. Because it's a whole grain, the fiber in the popcorn will help fill you up. The single, serving snack packs will help you keep your portion to a reasonable amount.

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