Snacks Recipe

For many, the end of the workday, represents a time to
relax, and dinner can be a light meal and an opportunity to
decrease fat and cholesterol.

Recipe #1--Try a raw vegetable platter made with a
variety of vegetables. Include some good fiber choices:
carrots, snow peas, cauliflower, broccoli, green beans.

Recipe #2--Make sauces and dips with nonfat plain yogurt
as the base.

Recipe #3--Eat more fruit. Oranges, grapefruit, kiwi,
apples, pears, bananas, strawberries and cantaloupe are all
good fiber sources. Make a big fruit salad and keep it on hand
for snacks.

Recipe #4--Plain, air-popped popcorn is a great low-fat
snack with fiber. Watch out! Some prepackaged microwave popcorn
has fat added. Remember to go easy on the salt or use other
seasonings.

Recipe #5--Instead of chips, try one of these low-fat
alternatives that provide fiber: toasted shredded wheat Squares
sprinkled with a small amount of grated Parmesan cheese,
whole-grain English muffins, or toasted plain corn tortillas.
Strategy #6--When you are thirsty, try water, skim milk,
juice, or club soda with a twist of lime or lemon.



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