Last year, snack sales in the U.S. topped $23 billion. Potato chips holding the choice spot, according to the Snack Food Association.
Meanwhile, the American Diabetes Association says snacks play an important role in a healthy diet. Although, the high fat and salty favorites are not the best choice. That's why a popular romance author has taken a break from her fantasy novels to publish some real-life help for snack lovers.
Ruth Glick has written the "Diabetes Snack Munch Nibble Nosh Book" and it's endorsed by the ADA. It includes a wide range of sensible but likeable snacks.
You can find everything from chili dip and cocktail meatballs to salmon spread. A lot of common dishes are spiced up with certain seasonings to give people with Diabetes more snack options.
Anyone, including kids, can be tempted by these treats. Again, the book is the "Diabetes Snack Munch Nibble Nosh Book" and it's available by special order at most book stores. For more information on healthy snacking, you can ( click here ).