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enriched” on the label. Opting for sprouted-wheat bread is an even better option beyond regular whole wheat.

9. Energy Bars. Most energy bars are a dense source of calories and sugar, and likely won’t keep you full for more than an hour or two. Instead, opt for whole food-based snacks like fresh cut veggies and cottage cheese, a slice of sprouted wheat bread with nut butter, or plain Greek yogurt with fresh fruit.

10. Dried Fruit. Fresh fruit is healthy for you. Dried fruit, however, is another one of those hidden sources of extra sugar that your body doesn’t need. Ditch the dried fruit, and go for 2 servings a day of fresh, low glycemic fruits like apples, oranges, berries, pears, cherries and stone fruits.



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