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Snacks and nutrition

When people are eating snacks on the go, they often pick unhealthy ones that are both unhealthy and not that satisfying.

A snack that is full of sugar or starch will only fuel a person’s appetite and will leave the person wanted even more unhealthy snacks.

However, there are healthy snacks that will fuel the body and give it energy. It ill also be ore filling than a candy bar can ever be.

Snacking is a part of every day life, because people need something to get them through in between the three regular meals of the day.

It is important to note that snacking does not have to be an unhealthy habit at all.

Healthy snacks

Almonds are great snacks that are high in protein and fiber. They are also a good source of magnesium and vitamin E.

Dried apricots are another healthy snack. They are rich in carotenes, which help to lower the risk of cancers. Apricots also proving potassium, iron, calcium, silicon, phosphorus, and vitamin C.

Dried apricots, believe it or not, have 12 times the iron, seven times the fiber and five times the vitamin A of fresh apricots.

Yogurt and honey are also a good combination for a nice healthy snack.

Yogurt, for starters, has a lot of calcium, and it is said that it is the best dairy product for decreasing the amount of fat on the stomach area. The best and healthiest yogurts are those that are low-fat, unflavored and contain probiotic bacteria. In order to add a great and healthy taste to the yogurt, put some honey in and mix it together.

Honey will increase the level of protective antioxidants in the blood level and can be used for treating high cholesterol as well.

Apples and pears are the best fresh fruits to snack on. Apples are high in soluble fibers and contain antioxidants that reduce damage that is caused by cholesterol.

They are also a good source of vitamin C.

Pears are high in potassium and also contain a lot of fiber and vitamin C.

If a person is going to snack on chocolate, then they should be snacking on dark chocolate, because, it is a rich source of antioxidants, especially flavonoids, and can help to reduce blood pressure as well.

Even though dark chocolate is high in fats, the fats are saturated, which is a lot healthier. It also has twice the magnesium and more iron than milk chocolate.

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