Snacks happen. Whether you're at the office or watching TV, the refrigerator, vending machines and cabinets look a little more attractive.
Instead of late-night binging on food that'll make you feel guilty later, why not try snacks that have less calories and may leave you full longer? Eating fiber is a successful method to get that "full" feeling, but if the snack isn't tasty enough, it'll make no difference either way. Check out these suggestions from CDC and SuperTracker for fruits and vegetables under 100 calories that may help with maintaining your weight.
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