Watch out for the snack attack
It has been proven that Zotrim may help you snack less as you feel more satisfied after meals.
But not all snacking is bad, everyone is different and for some people eating little and often works well. Eating three small meals a day with two healthy snacks (one morning, one afternoon) is considered by some experts to be the best pattern of eating.
Whilst taking Zotrim, if you do feel the need to snack then the most important thing is to choose healthy options which have lower calories.
What snacks are good for me?
- Vegetables – sticks of raw vegetables; maybe with a small tub of yoghurt
- Low fat dairy – glass of semi-skimmed milk, a small tub of yoghurt, a dairy based smoothie
- Wholegrain – a small wholemeal sandwich, a bowl of cereal, a couple of oatcakes, a wholemeal pitta bread
What should I avoid snacking on?
- Cakes and biscuits with a high fat content; no doughnuts or muffins
- Chrips and nuts
Don’t forget that late night snacking is particularly bad and should be avoided.
Keep satisfied, snack healthily