A 100-calorie snack is the portion-right size for between meals, but registered dietitian Susie Bond writes that many prepackaged versions are highly refined and come up short on nutrition and energy. Snacks should be considered fuel stops throughout the day, rather than treats, she writes, and should include carbohydrates, fiber and possibly some protein to help bridge the gap until the next meal.
Pick 100-calorie snacks that are nutritious, dietitian says
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