Savvy Snacking for Work & Play
An energizing and sustaining snack generally has protein, fat and/or fiber. This can often be achieved by building a snack out of at least two different food groups. For example, a fruit and nut (apple and nut butter) or a vegetable and bean (carrots and hummus). Also, choosing whole, minimally processed snacks means more filling fiber and less added sugar and salt.
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Check out the 2020 toolkit for more materials, including: Amazing Health Benefits of Fiber, Helping Your Family Eat Healthy, Healthy Gut, Sugar: How Much is Too Much?, and more!