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KKKAREN SparkPoints: (216,846)
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7/16/13 6:03 A

Watermelon!

ANNROW0354 Posts: 604
7/11/13 11:52 A

I recently listened to a SP Radio segment on Nutrition over 50 and the guest suggested having protein and fiber for your snacks so that is what I have been concentrating on.
Yesterday, I had a "light" string cheese stick and multigrain crackers with almond butter. I typically have a piece of fruit for another snack with light & fit greek yogurt.

CAR58OLE Posts: 718
7/10/13 1:07 P

almonds, measured 1 1/2 oz ! Also a peach and some grapes!

BUMPS2 SparkPoints: (10,189)
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7/9/13 11:28 P

WARNING! usually pretzel STICKS are more manageable. The most important part about any snack is to read the PORTION SIZE. This can be a deserved treat if its not abused. Also, watch the 'sodium' content for your daily consumption.

FAITHP44 SparkPoints: (52,430)
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7/9/13 5:09 P

Hey are pretzels healthy? I didn't know. What am I missing? My 'go to' healthy snack is bananas or fromage frais - or both together!

BUMPS2 SparkPoints: (10,189)
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7/7/13 9:48 P

We took a ride out to find and visit a small fishing lake about 25 minutes from our home. My wife packed water, plums, banana, and some pretzels.

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