Healthy Eating at the Fair

Fair-Foods-Dining-OutPeople go to fairs to enjoy the rides, games and food, but you can count on these foods to have a shockingly high level of fat and calories.

So what can a health-conscious person find to eat at the fair? Look for fruits, vegetables, lean meats, corn on the cob (hold the butter) – even caramel apples are better than most fried foods.

Here are a few more tips to help you make healthier choices while still enjoying the fair.

  • Don’t arrive hungry
  • Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated
  • Check out all the offerings first, then choose
  • Ask for an extra plate and share your food
  • Find a place to sit down to enjoy the food so you recognize when you are full

Source: webmd.com

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