Snacks constitute almost 1/4 of a day’s calories in US adults & account for about 1/3 of daily added sugar, a new study suggests. Data from surveys of 23,000+ people found adults averaged 400-500 calories in daily snacks–often more than they ate at breakfast–that offered little nutritional value.

Snacks constitute almost 1/4 of a day’s calories in US adults & account for about 1/3 of daily added sugar, a new study suggests. Data from surveys of 23,000+ people found adults averaged 400-500 calories in daily snacks–often more than they ate at breakfast–that offered little nutritional value.