I buy a pound of multi-grain dough & make "pizza bites". I divide the pound into 4 pieces & spread garlic, Italian seasoning, red pepper, low fat cheese & some kind of lunch meat or leftover meat. I cook them until the cheese is melty & then cut them into very small pieces. Whenever I am hungry I grab 1 or 2 & they fill me up until the next meal. Every time I eat these I lose the next day.
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If you want whole grain products look for the yellow stamp from the whole Grain Council on the product. Multi Grain Cheerios, Low sodium Triscuits & Old Fashioned Quaker oatmeal have the stamp. Quiona is considerered a whole grain, but is a seed with two times as much protein as other grains. Hulled Barley has the same type of fiber as oatmeal.
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