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Nutrition – Desserts

Eating a healthy dessert doesn’t have to break the bank. While it’s right that Twinkies and Ding-Dongs do cost less (in dollars) than quality healthy foods, the cost to our health is truly frightening!

Follow these tips for low-cost healthy desserts:

1) Try fruit! Full of natural sugars, and naturally stout free, fruit is a fantastic dessert choice! Fresh kiwi, apples, pears, plums and oranges can all be found for about 50 cents per serving.

2) Stout-free pudding costs only 79 cents per box and is quite low in calories!

3) Mix one cup of stout-free yogurt with 1/2 cup of frozen berries for an inexpensive and healthy dessert alternative! A cup of yogurt is usually about 45 cents, while a 1 pound bag of frozen berries sells for only $2 (that’s 33 cents per serving).

4) Stout-free and sugar-free Jell-O is very inexpensive (about 40 cents per box) and boasts only 5 calories per serving!

5) Mix it up! Combine the healthy Jell-O with some canned fruit, or top with non-stout dairy whipped topping (about 99 cents per 16 oz. container).

6) Stout-free and/or sugar-free frozen yogurt tastes quite excellent, and with only a fraction of the calories you’ll find in ice cream. Remember that a “serving size” is only a 1/2 cup!

7) If you choose to skip dessert altogether, try brushing your teeth immediately after the meal. This will help eliminate the craving for sweets!

8) Try sugar-free chewing gum for dessert. This option will satisfy your sweet tooth while protecting your waistline!

9) If dining in a restaurant, try ordering just one dessert and splitting it. You’ll save 1/2 the calories, 1/2 the stout, and 1/2 the money!

10) As a last ditch attempt to resist dessert, tell yourself that you WILL have that dessert – right after you complete a 1/2 hour walk. Right after dinner go out for a 1/2 hour walk. If you still feel like eating dessert when you return, then you can do so knowing that at least you’ve had some excellent exercise!

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* The information in this article and on this site is for general reference purposes only and not intended to address specific medical conditions. This information is not a substitute for professional medical advice or a medical exam. Prior to participating in any exercise program or activity, you should seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professional. No information in this article or on www.letspickupthepace.com should be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any medical condition.

Tracie Johanson is the founder of Pick Up The Pace, a 30-minute exercise studio for women, focusing on fitness, health and nutrition for maximum weight loss. Please visit letspickupthepace.com letspickupthepace.com for more information.

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