SNACK FOODS AND NUTRITIONAL BALANCING

By Dr. Lawrence Wilson

September 2016, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.

 

All information in this article is for educational purposes only.  It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.

 

Ideally, do not snack between meals.  It is hard on digestion.  However, if you need to snack, this article will guide your selection of snacks.

Here are 3 lists of snack foods:

 

I. GOOD SNACK FOODS

 

Blue corn chips

Organic yellow corn chips

Hummus or tahini

Bean dip

Almond butter

 

II. OCCASIONAL SNACK FOODS

 

Vegetable chips

Freeze-dried vegetables (storage foods)

Other nut and seed butters

Pesto sauce

 

III. FORBIDDEN SNACK FOODS

 

Fruit

Candy

Ice Cream in any form

Food Bars, protein bars or candy bars

Cookies

Cake, donuts, muffins or biscuits

Guacamole

Raisins

Dried fruit

Chocolate

Nuts

Seeds

Smoothies, shakes or frappes

 

 

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