I like Wheat thins and they come in low fat. I think a serving is 15 or 16 crackers. As someone else said, I take out the number I am allowed and close up the box and put it away. If you must eat saltines (which have little or no fiber) try the mini ones - take out a serving and put the box away. Then you have lots of little crackers to eat instead of only a few big ones.
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I like the Kashi whole grain crackers. I look to find crackers with fiber. I don't eat them very often. The best advice is to take out whatever you decide is a serving and put the package away. Only eat one serving. It is too hard not to eat the whole box. I also eat them with something else. Like peanut butter or cheese.
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Crackers? I like the Ak-Mak crackers, they're a whole wheat/grain cracker and are quite good. You can get them at PC Markets, Trader Joe's, some of the grocery stores now - and for those of you in Portland, I'm sure Whole Foods has them too. I NEVER eat Saltines anymore and don't eat Ritz either hardly, the regular Ritz I think still have trans-fat in them, I'm not sure about the low fat.
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I like kashi wheat crackers. I'm also fond of stone wheat crackers. I might crumble up a few crackers over a salad. The best? Not really sure about that. chgeck the sodium and fat learn to compare nutrition facts on back of package
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