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Posted by: Sabi | 2009-11-23

Snack Time

I just notice the increase on my family' s eating rate, and I want to work on that, may I have suggestions on what to buy for snacks e.g peanuts, provita biscuits what else?

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Dear Sabi
There are many healthy snack options: fresh and dried fruit, fresh vegetables (carrot and celery sticks or baby tomatoes), fat-free cottage cheese (lots of different flavours) with wholewheat or rye crackers or rice cakes, nuts, popcorn without excess salt or oil, marshmallows or jelly babies (in small quantities), fat-free drinking or standard yoghurt, one-minute noodles, cup-a soup, etc.
Enjoy
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Our users say:
Posted by: angela | 2009-11-23

cherry tomatoes, dried fruit, seeds

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Posted by: L | 2009-11-23

Fruit,Carrotsticks,Billtong

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Posted by: DietDoc | 2009-11-23

Dear Sabi
There are many healthy snack options: fresh and dried fruit, fresh vegetables (carrot and celery sticks or baby tomatoes), fat-free cottage cheese (lots of different flavours) with wholewheat or rye crackers or rice cakes, nuts, popcorn without excess salt or oil, marshmallows or jelly babies (in small quantities), fat-free drinking or standard yoghurt, one-minute noodles, cup-a soup, etc.
Enjoy
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