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Do you provide yourself with healthier options at work, such as yogurt in the work refrigerator or a package of trail mix in your desk?
- Smaller, frequent meals can help prevent overeating later in the day.
When you bring snacks for your co-workers, do you bring fruits, vegetables or items that are lower in fat, sodium and/or calories?
- You can get the most nutrition for your money if you compare Nutrition Facts labels on food packages.
Do you keep yourself well-hydrated at work, with water as your main beverage?
- Staying well-hydrated helps you think more clearly and may help prevent overeating.
Do you measure out a serving from the food package?
- If you eat crackers directly from the food package, you are likely to eat more than a serving.
Could you swap the contents of the candy dish with healthier options (such as single-serving packets of dried fruit or nuts or fresh, whole fruit)?
- Consider single-serving packets of dried fruit or nuts or fresh, whole fruit.
Do you occasionally have a sweet treat, such as a chocolate kiss or snack-size candy bar?
- That’s OK! All foods in moderation can fit in a healthy diet.
Set a goal.