When Is It OK to Eat Low-Calorie Snacks?

By Mayo Clinic Staff May 22, 2018 12:12:00By Mayo Clinic staffThis is a common question for all of us who eat healthy low-calorie snacks.

It is important to remember that the foods you eat may have health benefits or they may not.

Below is a list of the most common questions that people have about eating low-carb and low-fat snacks, and how to answer them.

What are low-energy snacks?

Low-energy foods include foods that are high in calories but low in fat and carbohydrates.

This is especially true of low- and moderate-caloric snacks, such as soft drinks, snack bars, snack cakes, or granola bars.

You can also eat foods with a low calorie content, such to yogurt or fruit, or snacks with a high calorie content like cereal, crackers, or chips.

However, the foods listed above are the most commonly consumed types of low energy snacks.

Low-energy snack recipes vary depending on the size and content of the snack.

For example, a 1-ounce portion of fruit, ice cream, or other low-nutrient foods can contain more calories than a cup of fruits, vegetables, and fruits, with some people eating two or three fruits.

The Bottom LineIt is important for you to eat healthy snacks that are low in calories and fat.

It can be hard to know what is safe and what is not, so it is important that you always eat nutritious snacks that you know are low fat.

Avoid high-fat or low-sugar foods that can cause you to gain weight.