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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Crunchy Munchies

Crunchy Munchies

Many people like crunchy foods which can lead to selecting crackers and chips which can have a significant number of fat grams, milligrams of sodium and calories. There are some healthy solutions. Check out these healthy crunchy nibbles.
- Raw vegetables – carrots, bell peppers, celery and broccoli

- Edamame – boiled soy beans (in the frozen food section)
- Homemade veggie chips 
- Cereal – high fiber, low-sugar, whole-grain
- Popcorn – check the amount of fat grams in microwave popcorn if this is the type of popcorn you choose to eat
- Fruit slices – apples, pears, peaches 
- Toasted whole wheat pita
- Whole wheat or whole grain crackers

1 comment:

  1. Do you have some healthy options among these crunchy munchies.