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30 Low Calorie Snacks

Satisfy your cravings between meals with these healthy, low-calorie snacks from our You Can Do It! diet plans. Pick two treats each day (each snack is 150 calories or less).

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light beer and 12 pistachios
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dianne.l.paszko wrote:

Yeah Right!!!

3/8/2013 01:27:53 PM Report Abuse
ideas23 wrote:

I'd vote the bear out; the word "bear" does not, in any way, match the word "health".

3/7/2013 01:51:38 PM Report Abuse
rwbevill1 wrote:

Beer ? YUMMY !!!

3/16/2012 09:56:41 AM Report Abuse
wozzamcl wrote:

Nice little treat for a weekend night. x

11/6/2011 03:42:34 PM Report Abuse
leliu5th wrote:

Beer is better for you than milk. Dr. Oz said it! Anyway you can pick the snacks you like, and enjoy them once in a while. As long as your burning calories and working out all should be fine. This is about balance. There is a lot of criticism on here. Do what you think is right for your body. These are suggestions, no one is shoving it down your throat.

10/6/2011 07:47:06 PM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

chances* .. reduce chances of kidney stones* lol

9/5/2011 08:35:39 AM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

Health benefits of beer.... Help prevent cancer, reduce stress, contains vitamin B6 (people who drink it have 30% more on average in their blood than non-drinkers), reduce changes of kidney stones, helps with slowing down the aging process, increases the amount of HDL (or good cholesterol), radiation protection, increases level of antioxidants in body, etc.

9/5/2011 08:34:46 AM Report Abuse
jbocken1 wrote:

Who can only eat 12 pistachios?

6/20/2011 02:34:25 PM Report Abuse
imoan98 wrote:

gross.. beer? come on people! beer can damage the body!

5/5/2011 07:32:48 PM Report Abuse
kelleykates wrote:

whatever excuses you need to give yourselves; it's not healthy though and very few only have 1 beer

1/20/2011 11:14:48 AM Report Abuse
shnasy1 wrote:

I think while beer can be ok in moderation and releaves stress (whatnot) I also agree that it is not a healthy snack choice, will it hurt you or your success, no, is it healthy? that is debateable. I agree on a lot of these "healthy snack" ideas... really????

1/10/2011 10:44:21 PM Report Abuse
cplathe1 wrote:

tfrost1 said it all!!! Lighten up!!

12/22/2010 10:16:00 AM Report Abuse
tfrost1 wrote:

Lighten up people! Live a little! Like mitzi771, I have lost weight while drinking beer. I've lost 40 pounds since Jan 1, 2010 and I consume my fair share of brews! (I'm a 44 year old woman, btw). My hubbie brews his own beer, so it is fun to try all the recipes and we have a great time together brewing beer. I bet all you people who poo-poo the beer sneak your share of candy/pastries/cookies, so please don't judge those of us who's vice is alcohol!!

9/2/2010 12:16:07 PM Report Abuse
timothybcat wrote:

There's nothing wrong with a beer once in awhile, but believe it or not, one beer and your judgment is impaired enough to make bad food choices (and those pretzels and peanuts are just sitting there).

8/25/2010 05:09:41 PM Report Abuse
leotyop wrote:

beer is NOT a snack!!

8/9/2010 02:45:40 PM Report Abuse
katiruna wrote:

I don[t like beer

8/5/2010 04:28:40 PM Report Abuse
kanp2010 wrote:

Some alcohol is okay once in a while. It keeps your liver healthy and functional. It is like putting your liver on a treadmill every time you drink to keep it in shape. Just be sure not to binge drink or drink too much...

4/12/2010 12:36:42 PM Report Abuse
nina1605 wrote:

Alcohol does have positive effects. Besides the fact that an occasional drink can help relieve stress, moderate drinkers have lower levels of heart disease than do tea-totalers, and statistics show that moderate drinkers tend to live longer and spend less time in hospitals than both abstainers and heavy drinkers.

3/31/2010 09:38:45 PM Report Abuse
maryhaas17 wrote:

I love it.

3/23/2010 05:11:04 PM Report Abuse
milkyway0416 wrote:

What is wrong with the person who put this together? There is a HUGE difference between 'low calorie' and 'healthy'. This is NOT HEALTHY. HEALTHY must have some sort of positive nutritional value. Beer doesn't. These should be titled "indulgences that don't count against you too much"...not "healthy snacks". Unbelievable.

3/21/2010 08:53:58 AM Report Abuse
mitzi771 wrote:

I've lost 62pounds in 2 years without sacrificing things like this once and awhile...go ahead have a beer

1/12/2010 09:06:04 PM Report Abuse
sophiamilano wrote:

There are more negative effects on this snack than positive. Alcohol will shrink your brain. I love the nuts though-spcially pistashios!

1/12/2010 08:55:41 PM Report Abuse
rcjsheets wrote:

A Miller Lite has under 100 calories. And some days - it hits the spot. I would rather have one and not feel bad, then gorge out on 5 or 6 on a bad day. The nuts are a healthy fat and protein.

1/11/2010 02:19:57 PM Report Abuse
katmartinez wrote:

Alcohol will stop the fat burning process! Yes, low cal but, alcohol as a healthy snack suggestion..really??

1/11/2010 12:01:20 PM Report Abuse
caradhwen13 wrote:

yes it is possible to have a beer and nuts and be under 150 calories. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_calories_are_in_beer

1/11/2010 10:55:05 AM Report Abuse

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