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April 24, 2019

Snacks can be a healthy addition to your three daily meals and a way of getting some of the nutrients you may have missed at mealtime.  If you feel like grabbing a snack between meals, ask yourself first if you are truly hungry or if you are eating because you are feeling bored, lonely, anxious, angry, happy, sad or stressed.  If you are hungry, choose a snack that will energize you, nourish your body, and help you feel satisfied until your next meal.  If you think you are craving a snack for reasons other than hunger, do something to distract yourself like doing a crossword puzzle/craft or going for a walk.

Tips for Choosing a Healthy snack

  • For a nutrient-packed snack, include a serving from 1 or 2 of the food groups from Canada's Food Guide.

  • Choose whole, non-processed foods more often. 

  • Include a source of protein and/or healthy fats such as nuts, seeds, nut butter, hummus, hard-cooked egg, tuna, avocado or lower fat dairy products such...

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