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Sweet Snack Foods

Best Calorie Choices
For easier weight loss

TYPE
Cantaloupe Melon
Italian chocolate ice
Raisin bread
Tofutti fudge treat
Fruit sorbet
Fresh mixed fruit
Creamsicle
Air-popped popcorn
PORTION
1 small
1 scoop
1 slice
1 bar
1 scoop
1 cup
1 low-cal
1 cup
CALORIES
60
60
60
30
60
50
25
30
FAT
0g
0g
1g
0g
0g
0g
0g
0g

Worst Calorie Choices
For difficult weight loss

TYPE
Muffin
Candy bar
Almond Croissant
Buttered popcorn
Chocolate Chip & Toffee
Sugar-free jelly beans
PORTION
3oz
2oz
1
1 cup
1 cookie
1 cup
CALORIES
410
300
420
100
150
720
FAT
14g
13g
29g
5g
7g
0g

Examples

By choosing 1 cup of air-popped fat-free popcorn instead of 1 cup of buttered popcorn (five times a week), you will reduce your annual calorie intake by 18,200 calories. (The equivalent of 5 pounds in weight.) In addition, you will reduce your annual fat intake by 1300g!

Remember
Weight loss and dieting doesn't mean eating less - just different.

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