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GRATTECIELLA SparkPoints: (40,581)
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1/22/13 2:18 P

I have found this too! I used to have a nonfat yogurt and a piece of fruit for a snack, but then I learned that was all carbs (no fat and not much protein) so now I make sure to add in some fat by eating lowfat yogurt and sometimes throwing in some granola or a few nuts. It adds more calories, but in the long run it's good because it keeps me from munching later on.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (7,784)
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1/22/13 7:34 A

Fats metabolize more slowly, keeping your blood sugar level longer.

MARYREILEY Posts: 19
1/22/13 7:27 A

Tracking my food consumption has made me realized that having a little more (good) fat keeps me satisfied and I'm less likely to crave and get snacky.

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