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A: When hunger strikes, chances are you’re never far from a snack. And chances are even better that it’s not going to be something that’s good for you. A study in the American Journal of Public Health found that the widespread availability of energy—dense (high calorie) snack foods—like candy bars, soda, and chips—might contribute to the obesity epidemic by providing people with high-profile placement of these foods. So, if you take your weight and health seriously, it’s worth the effort to plan ahead for better choices.
When you get the urge
Studies have shown that snacking between meals leads to higher total calorie intake. So if you need something to tide you over until the next meal, try these tips.
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