Single-serving snacks fall short on nutrition

09/29/2011 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

Many 100-calorie snacks such as crackers, cookies and chips have low nutritional value and contain high levels of carbs and fats, which elevates insulin levels and causes fat-absorption problems, nutrition experts said. Single-serving snacks can help control overeating, but may also pose an obesity threat because people tend to eat more than one serving, experts said.

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