The Truth About 100-Calorie Snacks
Sandra Munroe on The Truth About 100-Calorie Snacks
This week, Sandra joins us from the grocery store and reveals the negative side of processed snacks, even the ones that are labeled as seemingly-healthy 100-calorie packs. "Hundred-calorie packs are only 100 calories but lots of sugar that stops the fat burning and also lots of sodium that can cause bloat," she shares. She also mentions that these processed snacks can cause even more cravings and will actually leave you wanting more since they are so few calories. Sandra tells us that it's always better to grab unprocessed snacks rather than prepackaged or processed ones so keep grabbing those fruits and veggies.
Hear more about this tip above, and find out what healthy alternatives Sandra recommends instead.
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