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Right mix of foods essential when snacking

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All snacks are not created equal. Those with similar calories might have vast differences nutritionally. And nutrient-dense snacks can keep you satisfied longer than snacks that are high in sugar and fats. That can help you eat less between meals. Roseann Doran, educator for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Fulton and Montgomery counties, likes to refer to the MyPlate guidelines when talking about snacking. “You want to look at the MyPlate food guidance system and choose, ...

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