Low-fat, sugar-free, protein-free snack products are gaining popularity.
Now, a new study finds that, with the right recipes, they can lower your risk of heart disease.
“We know that many of our current recommendations to limit sugar intake and calories are unrealistic,” said Dr. Peter C. Miller, associate professor of preventive medicine at Harvard Medical School.
“There is no one right way to do it, and many of us simply have not been diligent enough in our dieting.
This is an area where we should all work together.”
Here’s how to make these simple low-sugar snack recipes.