Healthy Snack Options
The most important thing in snacks is balance, affirms Cathy Clark-Reyes, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health Primary Care. She advises selecting something that’s going to keep someone satisfied.
She advises choosing something that’s got a little bit of fiber and healthy fat, because this helps keep patient full longer.
The specialist says it’s good to use cucumbers, radishes, cherry tomatoes, sugar free nut bars and sugar free chocolate.