Eating healthier is easy once you know what to look for.
Scroll down for tips on spotting healthier food and drink
Follow these tips to find delicious food that’s better
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Sugary sodas are loaded with empty calories.
Ask for water. It’s healthier and can be cheaper.
Greasy fried foods can slow you down.
Look for grilled, lean proteins instead.
Salt and fat in fries can make you feel bloated.
Power up with a side salad plus a little light dressing.
Chips or pork rinds come with a salt overload.
Crunch on pretzels and hummus from the cold section.
Sugary desserts slow you down instead of filling you up.
Try apples dipped in peanut butter from the cold food section for more energy.
High-sugar pastries can cause mood swings.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit from the refrigerated section.
Healthier food can mean better concentration, making it
easier to study.
Skip desserts that are full of sugar.
Choose a vitamin-packed fruit and yogurt cup.
All that caffeine and sugar can make you feel sick.
Water naturally energizes you without the jitters.
Vending machine snacks can pack sugar and fat.
Look for mixed nuts, which are full of protein.
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