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To Snack or Not to Snack Or Should I Graze?
What should you do? Snack – eating food between 3 larger meals Graze – eating 6 small meals/day
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Make Good Choices Listen to your body Are you eating because youre hungry OR Is it habit?
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Stay away from EMPTY CALORIES – foods with high amounts of calories but little nutrition
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