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Snacks keep us over till the next meal. Balanced snacks and meals at consistent times during the day keep your blood sugar stable and keep you from overeating.
Healthy snacking include protein, fibre, and other nutrients that will keep your blood sugar in an optimal range....
Establish a regular eating schedule and stay with it. For example, breakfast at 8 a.m., lunch at noon, a snack around 3 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m.
The biggest health benefit to eating at regular times is appetite regulation. Your body will adjust t...
Eating three meals doesn't work for everyone. Some people like to graze. They may crunch on veggies and dip, potato chips, cheese with cracker, chips and salsa, or rice crackers and hummus.
A snack should match your nutritional need. Higher-calorie snacks ...
Snacks can be seen as fuel that helps to keep your energy up until mealtime.
Parents can provide six meal opportunities: three meals, with two to three snacks.
Kids that graze all day may not learn to listen to their hunger and fullness signals. However, with designated snack time, kids are often more willing to eat what they need or stick with healthier options.
If you want to eat some snacks right now, consider if you're just thirsty. It is not uncommon to confuse hunger with thirst.
Reach for a glass of water or a can of seltzer before grabbing a snack. You may discover that you were not really hungry.
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