10 Snack Habits for Healthy Weight Loss

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3. Watch that clock

Although having a bite to hold you over until lunch time is pretty common, it’s not always a pretty thing.

The Journal of the American Dietetic Association just published a study that showed that those of us who tend to snack mid-morning also snack more throughout the day than those who only snack in the afternoon. Also, it appears that those who snack in the afternoons are more likely to choose fruits or vegetables as snacks.

 

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Mid-morning snackers? It appears we don’t pick the good stuff. So watch that clock and if you want a snack in the morning, make it a healthy one!

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