Movie Plans? 9 Hacks for Your Snacks (Infographic)

How to cut down on that extra sugar, salt and fat

Eating at the movies can be hazardous to your health. Movie theater sizes exceed recommended servings (by a lot!) and are typically full of sodium, sugar and fat. A large buttered popcorn has 1,200 calories, extra salt, and saturated fat in the butter. A box of Snowcaps has sugar plus saturated fat (in the chocolate). Your best strategy? Snack at home before you go. Failing that, follow these tips:

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9 Tips for Healthier Munching at the Movies (Infographic)


Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD

Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, is a registered dietitian and Outpatient Nutrition Manager in the Center for Human Nutrition.
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