Our expert says:
Healthy snacks include high-fibre or low-GI bread or crackers (low-GI or seed bread or Provitas, carrot or celery sticks, baby tomatoes, fruit like apples, pears or plums, low-fat yoghurt ot cottage cheese or milk, small servings of unbuttered popcorn, or dried fruit or nuts. Also make sure that you are eating low-fat, low-GI food at breakfast and lunch so that your blood sugar levels will remain steady for longer and not dip so low that you get hypoglycaemia. Click on 'Diet' and 'Weight loss' and 'The Glycaemic Index' and read the articles on the GI.
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