Editor’s note: This story is one in a series to help you healthfully lose weight and build a habit of nutritious choices. Here we feature smarter snack swaps.
“High-fiber, low-calorie snacks are great between meals. Try pre-packaged items like low-fat string cheese, or use re-sealable bags to make your own — for example, a serving of almonds or fruits and veggies,” said Jaimee Gregor, a Marshfield Clinic registered dietitian.
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This is the first time I've seen to substitute applesauce for sugar……usually it's the oil or butter. Does the the baked item retain it's proper texture? I find this really interesting. What percentage of sugar can be swapped before dire consequences of the baked item?
I like this, more please.