WE find ourselves snacking almost every hour during the day and this contributes to unwanted weight gain. We go on diets and deprive our bodies of proper nutrition.
But there is a way to snack and still stay healthy and according to to www.nutritionnews.abbott
These steps will help you control your snacking habits and weight.
Count your calories: To avoid a snack attack, make yourself a small plate instead of eating directly out of a bag or a box.
Fill up on fibre: High-fibre foods include oatmeal, nuts, whole grains, hummus and vegetables. It’s good for weight-loss, lowered blood pressure and improved response to insulin.
Pick a protein: Protein goes hand-in-hand with fibre. Protein snacks includes; Greek yogurt, cheese or meats or peanut butter which can help control your hunger and keep you full.
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