A well-planned snack can help control calories, RD says

01/24/2013 | MayoClinic.com

A good snacking strategy that is planned in advance can reduce hunger and still control calories, registered dietitian Katherine Zeratsky writes. She argues that people should eat only when they are hungry, have healthier foods ready and deal with triggers such as boredom and anxiety that can lead to snacking when they are not hungry.

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