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I normally will try to cut up an apple, add some grapes, walnuts , etc, or a variety of veggies with some cubed cheese before reaching for chips. My downfall is cookies, gummies, or chocolate because if anyone has some around I usually will give in at some point which is why I try to keep gum handy.
I like things measured for me
When I saw my husband takes 2 100-calorie snacks at a time, I stopped buying them. I have small plastic containers that hold single servings. They are great for travel too.
some of the protein packed ones are really good.
Less than 100 calories is just as satisfying if it is protein.
Always read up on those ready to grab packs. Some do actually work for me
Thanks for sharing
I've always thought about that when I watched people grab a handful of snack packs--all at once eating!
I never buy them. So much better to just have 'real' food.
Overpriced and eco-disaster, like homefresh or other packaged foods. SO much plastic and crap in our landfills.
Forewarned is forearmed. Things are not always as they appear!
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