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Healthy Snack Options from Dippin’ Stix Helps You Stick to Healthy Eating Goals During the Holidays

November 30th, 2015 · No Comments

The holidays are coming and, for many of us, that means time spent with family and lots of food. For this reason, holidays are a particularly difficult time of year to maintain healthy eating habits and a healthy weight. Snacking is a major factor in how your weight fluctuates. If you find that you need help finding a healthier snacking option, Dippin’ Stix is an alternative with fresh fruits and vegetables.

When the holidays roll around each year, we all find it particularly difficult to keep on track with healthy eating, exercise, and healthy snacks. Yummy foods, tasty treats, and larger-than-normal portions seem to be passed around the table constantly. Try a few simple steps to build better eating habits:

  • Try snacks like whole grain crackers before your big holiday feast.
  • Nibble on fruit and raw veggies and make an effort to eat this with your meal as well.
  • Before you have a second serving, try waiting 10-15 minutes. Your brain may signal that you truly are full and keep you from digging in a second time.
  • Eat sweets and candy in moderation and smaller portions.

Dippin’ Stix has a variety of healthy snack options for both young and old, whether you’re packing them in your kids’ lunches or taking them for yourself. Options such as carrots and dip, celery and peanut butter, and apples with yogurt, peanut butter, or caramel are all healthy, tasty choices. Dippin’ Stix products are a fresh snack solution for anyone, no matter the age.

So if you find yourself too tempted by the appetizer table and the trays of desserts this upcoming holiday season, consider stocking your refrigerator with Dippin’ Stix products for a healthy snack that will help keep your eating habits right on track. Happy holidays and a healthy New Year!

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