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Eat lean protein for dinner to prevent eating late-night snacks.
Trade your breakfast bagel for 100 percent whole-wheat toast to stay full for longer.
Eating a handful of grapes may prevent your blood vessels from some of the effects of a fatty, fast-food meal.
Save calories and avoid saturated fat by swapping meat for mushrooms.
Looking for a low-calorie nut snack? Eat pistachios.
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