A healthy lifestyle is fueled by nutrient-dense foods that give your body the energy it needs. But some of the most nutrient-dense foods come with high-calorie counts. Keep your calorie count in check by moderating your serving size. And for those days when you really need to fuel up? Dial up the activity level to burn off that excess energy.
Here we’ll look at how much activity is needed to burn off 9 healthy but high calorie foods, including: fruit-and-nut mix, raisins, hummus, coconut milk, muesli bars, chia seeds, rice cakes (or rather, what you put on them), almond butter, and quinoa.