Want To Cut Calories? Try Snacking On Calorie-Dense Almonds
By: Allison Aubrey
October 24, 2013
A new study has found that people who snack on almonds really do eat less throughout the day. It's the combination of fiber, protein and the fact that we don't absorb all the calories we eat since we don't chew them very well. Another reason? They don't have carbs, which stimulate our appetites.
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