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In her book Cinch, Cynthia shares a handful of tips and tricks for how to snack smart with almonds. She lays out the guidelines for helpful, nutritious snacking for weight loss and weight maintenance as well as ideas and recipes to suit every snacking occasion. Cynthia Sass, MPh, RD, is a registered dietitian, the nutrition consultant to the Tampa Bay Rays and the nutritionist behind and coauthor of the New York Times bestseller Flat Belly Diet. She also has a monthly "Weight Loss Coach" column in Shape magazine and she appears regularly on television programs, including The Today Show, Good Morning America and The Early Show. Click here for almond snacking tips with Cynthia Sass.
  • Almonds pack the tasty, satisfying crunch and punch you need to keep going strong all day long.
  • Compared to other tree nuts, ounce for ounce, almonds are the tree nut highest in protein (6 g), fiber (3.5 g), alpha-tocopherol vitamin E (7.4 mg), calcium (75 mg), riboflavin (0.3 mg) and niacin (1.0 mg).
  • Keeping a snack pack or tin of almonds in your bag means you'll have a deliciously nutritious snack ready when hunger hits.
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