Healthy Snack Bars
One common grocery shopping mistake is that people often do not know the difference between a meal replacement bar, a high protein bar or a snack bar,when it comes to shopping for a healthy snack “on the go”. "Healthy Grocery Girl" Megan Roosevelt, registered and licensed dietitian joined us to share some smarter ways to shop for snack bars. She says most Americans do not need to buy a high protein or high calorie bar for a snack. "These type of bars are designed for athletes and high-intensity endurance activities. It’s not that you can not eat protein or meal replacement bars, but there is a time and a place for them, and that’s not at the office while working at your desk! And of course, you should always make sure to read your ingredients lists!" says Megan.
Follow these 4 Snacking Smart guidelines to help keep your weight & health in check:
For more information on snacking smart, visit Megan's website.