Ginger Snaps may combat diabetes and weight gain. 2 of these zesty cookies are about 60 calories and have a little under 3 grams of sugar.The snaps have molasses, molasses has chrominium so digestion is boosted & the efficiency of insulin in metabolizing sugar & carbs into glucose after eating is better. Don't over due, just have 2.
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Pack a cooler to bring EVERYWHERE: No Ice Pack required! :)
If you want to avoid the fast-food, convenience store grabs AND set yourself up for longer-term health and success, I PROMISE if you try this for even a week you'll be glad you did!!! And the best news, ice pack not required - mix & match the following for a carb/protein combo based on what you like: dried fruit, h20, sardines, gf crackers with peanut butter, raisins, apples, bananas, organic cereal bars, kale chips, walnuts, brazil nuts, unsw apple sauce, ginger snaps and so much more! 4
I usually reserve Sunday afternoons after church to prepare and organize my cooler snacks - most peaceful day in our house of the week for sure. The kids help sometimes too and are (slowly) opening up possibilities to try new, healthy cooler foods each week.
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