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This video gives a visual example of fulfilling snacks that are low in calories (provided you take portion control into consideration). There are other more detailed articles for those of us who want more of a step-by-step approach. I recommend, 55 Healthy Snacks Under 200 Calories and 30 Days of Healthy Snacks.
9/4/2013 12:34:47 PM
I liked it short, and showing examples... point is don't eat it from a bag.. probably not as nutritious or healthy. Make it for yourself, and it is better for you, and more filling.
7/31/2013 9:05:28 PM
I got the point! We have to change how we few snacks. I got it Yaaaaaaaa!
aha. I saw celery with peanut butter, carrots with some kind of dip, fruit? wait what did I see? Also how much peanut butter? that was so not 100 calories if all those pieces of celery had peanut butter in them, but maybe it is that kind that tastes bizarre and has fewer calories
7/21/2013 7:48:05 PM
I don't really get why ppl think there was no examples...? There were bowls of examples, small/short as this video may have been, it gives you ideas and on SP there are other articles with written examples as well. This video was definitely short and not a lot of content, I get that part but there were definitely a few fast examples (IMHO) *shrug*
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