What Do You Get for 200 Calories?
Have it your way
By Shaun Chavis
Got an attack of the mid-afternoon munchies? Our snack stack lets you decide whether you'd rather knock back four very light bites—or savor one decadent treat.
Don't know whether to go with something savory or satify that sweet tooth instead? No worries! "As far as salty and sweet go, it really depends on your craving," says Keri Glassman, RD, author of The O2 Diet.
Give yourself what you’re in the mood for. Just keep this in mind: "Protein, fiber, and fat help you feel full, so eat snacks with at least one of these."
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