Food Comparison

May 2000 Issue

Got the Munchies? Time for Healthful Snack Satisfaction

Surveys indicate that three out of four Americans eat at least one snack a day. The others probably just donít admit to itÖas if snacking is bad. Itís not, of course. It can make good sense to eat a snack for an energy surge between meals. But snacks need not be transgressions to be confessed. Snacking can help or harm a diet. The difference depends on what you choose and how much. Fritos Corn Chips, for example, will set

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