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6/22/12 4:43 P

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Great idea! I really enjoy the single serving size of fat-free kettle corn (100 calories!). It does not taste as scrumptious as normal kettle corn, but is definitely more tasty than regular far-free popcorn. I am the worst about snacking while studying!

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3/1/12 9:12 P

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Hi! I find that chewing gum helps a lot when I am studying. IT helps me keep my mind off of mindless snacking. I also found that air popped popcorn is amazing! I take a brown paper lunch bag and fill it with kernels until the bottom of the bag is covered. Then I microwave it for three minutes. Then when its done I use Franks Hot sauce and sprinkle how ever much I want in the bag, close the top, and shake shake shake. This gives me a yummy spicy treat that I can just snack away on without ruining my calories for the day. I love it. You can also switch up what you add, a little EVOO and salt, or even a few ounces of Dark chocolate chips if your having a sweets craving. I hope this helps :)

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2/10/12 9:27 A

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I find that my biggest problem is eating while studying, or taking a break from studying in order to eat. The problem is, that every time I want to procrastinate, I eat something. Not only would it be healthier, I'd probably get more done if I didn't snack all the time.

Any tips or ideas what to do instead?
Is there anyone who has a healthy studying-style? :)

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