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30 Summer Snacks Under 100 Calories

30 Summer Snacks Under 100 Calories

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Craving a hunger-busting snack stat? “As far as whole foods with great nutritional value and convenience go, you can’t really beat a hard-boiled egg,” says Horowitz. One egg has just 70 calories, plus plenty of B vitamins, vitamin D, and choline, a nutrient that helps support memory. And because eggs contain healthy fats and “high-quality” protein, they’ll help keep you full for longer, she adds. Let's block ads! (Why?) Nutrition - Health.com
Here Is Every Starbucks Holiday Beverage, Ranked from Least to Most Calories

Here Is Every Starbucks Holiday Beverage, Ranked from Least to Most Calories

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This article originally appeared on People.com.With the holiday season upon us and chilly weather in full force, the craving for a warm, creamy beverage from Starbucks is bound to kick in at some point. But if you're concerned about your waistline, use this handy guide to see what your smartest choices are. (Note: each calorie count is for a 16 oz. grande size made with 2 percent milk and whipped cream (if applicable).)Let's block ads! (Why?) Food - Health.com
8 Alcoholic Drinks Ranked From Most Calories to Least

8 Alcoholic Drinks Ranked From Most Calories to Least

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News flash: A single night out can cost you a shocking 1,000 calories in alcohol alone. During this season’s flurry of festivities, those liquid calories can add up fast–and that’s before you even get to holiday party snacks, sweets, and the heavy breakfast to cure your next-day hangover. Before you know it, you’ve sabotaged the desk lunches you diligently meal prep every week.The good news is that you don’t need to swap your chardonnay for seltzer at every social gathering (though alternating between non-alcoholic and boozy beverages during the night is always a smart idea). Just make wiser decisions when it comes to choosing what to drink.RELATED: 7 Ways to Keep Alcohol From Ruining Your DietHere, Health’s contributing nutrition editor Cynthia Sass, RD, walks us through the highest- and
This Caramelized Onion Dip has All the Taste, but Half the Calories

This Caramelized Onion Dip has All the Taste, but Half the Calories

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Tired of busting thousands of calories on regular onion dip? We ditch the sour cream for Greek yogurt all the while maintaining its richness. Sour cream is usually full of calories. So, by using Greek yogurt, we lighten it up. Greek yogurt is a fantastic source of protein, calcium, and probiotic cultures. Caramelized onions are not only delicious, they also have folic acid, a B vitamin that our bodies use to make new cells. And they give your dip a smidge of fiber. The nutmeg provides essential antioxidants and, with only a teaspoon of sugar, this is a healthy condiment fit for any kind of event. Watch this video to learn how to make our caramelized onion dip. Let's block ads! (Why?) Food - Health.com