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Of those travelers can really add up doctor Siegel and -- on -- grab on those bags and things you see Camilla and a you know there's a study out of North Carolina in 2010 that shows that 13 of everything we eat comes in snack foods we're gonna -- -- And we need to snack because otherwise we get super hungry and start -- some force knocking the question is what are -- -- -- You need good habits with a -- like fiber on the show we like fruit we like veggies you know why can't people stacked with.
Whether apple with celery and homeless why's it have to be the potato chips in the pretzels and we should watch him on a fat we -- watched him on the show who we and the amount of -- -- We do we should -- -- flavor pointing where basically we'll look for things that are hanging things that taste really good.
Almonds line things that are strong flavors that turn off for hunger serves and that wants of Nancy you know most sugary you didn't want -- and that salty so.
I just easy to grab.
Well I don't want to get into the details of what we should be eating because we've emphasize this before many times I think it goes beyond this I think this is a cultural problem.
I think we have become a real supersize society and mindless eaters that we're reacting you think -- hungry and it's right there so you gonna take it that we need to.
Cracked that culture down.
I change -- and we're also doing it by the -- great job.
By passing this to our children so there are snacking all the time and -- a child obesity is on the rise.
So what I would say is you don't have to finish everything caught down on the size.
And start eating more than healthy diet deduct -- ago recommend -- before Aaron Caracas thank you grab the banana or apple.
You have your yogurt easier said than done but thanks so much great tips to -- strategists -- about it was again.
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