Ditch your chips for these healthier options that are high in flavor and nutrients, but low in calories 
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Hi, I'm Cynthia Sass, Prevention Nutrition Director and Grocery Guru. When it comes to what's appear with your family. It’s a lot of people chew something like pretzel or baked chips. And these are generally healthy and low in fat. But you want to think about your like a puzzle. The different pieces that you're aiming for is some kind of whole grain, a lean protein, vegetables, and a healthy fat source. We've already got those grains covered with your wrap or peanut or bread. So I'm going to slap out those pretzels or chips for more vegetables. Something colorful, bright colors like orange and red. And when it comes to some like ripe tomatoes, you can eat this entire pint for just 60 calories. So while you're taking something else out. You're putting something else in so to have all that green volume without wrecking up to many calories and you get one or two vegetable servings the. I'm Cynthia Sass, the Grocery Guru.

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