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kmorse0097 kmorse0097 1 year

I love all of these! But, probably the one I like the most is your strawberries and graham cracker idea! YUM!

Thea15177576 Thea15177576 2 years
@wyldstallyns: They're not supposed to be 'filling.' They're snacks. They're small portions of food that are relatively low in calories, used to help tide you over between meals. I don't even need to be hungry, but I still get the urge to snack. I know that I'd certainly rather eat a banana, some grapes, almonds and/or cereal over a chocolate bar, chips or a bland rice cake anyday. And maybe check out the brands she's suggesting: Kashi, Barbara's. These are both nutritionally concious labels. And yes, a cup of puffed organic wheat may also be nutritious. However, if I'm going to snack, it had better taste good. I think they are great suggestions that will definitely help me keep my calories in check. Thanks for the great ideas! :)
tbar36 tbar36 2 years
I am traveling almost every weekend for the next 3 months, following my daughters college volleyball team. I didn't want to spoil all of my hard work in the gym with convenient store/vending machine junk food. Grabbed me a cute car cooler and loaded it with awesome snack packs. Thanks for some additional ideas
wyldstallyns wyldstallyns 3 years
None of these are filling, especially processed cereal and crackers...junk. Bananas don't keep you full either, I eat them less than 5 minutes before hard runs -_- Just eat an apple, (which you should weigh), or extremely high-volume foods.
MissMariaK MissMariaK 4 years
Very helpful!! I'll have in mind all these suggestions! great article!!
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