Popcorn is so good, can it actually be healthy? Of all the options out there, popcorn is near the top of the list for a healthy snack: it's a whole grain, is high in fiber and low in calories.
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This healthier cup of hot chocolate uses low-fat milk, natural cocoa powder and just enough sugar to sweeten things up without going overboard on calories. As an added bonus, the milk provides a healthy serving of protein and calcium, which you won't get from sugar-loaded powdered hot-chocolate mixes prepared using water. Spice it up with an add-in like orange zest, cinnamon or vanilla for a delicious twist on this classic treat.
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