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Who's Your Food Monster?

We all have personal demons to fight, but none so terrifying as Food Monsters! These sneaky beasts can wreak havoc on our healthy eating habits if we're not quick to identify and slay them. Find out which food monster you're battling and we'll give you tips to beat them!

What does your typical breakfast look like?

1. A granola bar or cereal.
2. Something modest, like a bagel or some toast.
3. The breakfast sandwich I finish before I'm even out of the drive-thru parking lot.
4. Waffles, pastries, something sweet to get me going!

You're dying for a snack at work and hit the vending machine. What jumps out at you?

1. Trail mix or (another) granola bar.
2. Something greasy and microwaveable.
3. Chips or pretzels.
4. CANDY BAR.

Lunch time! What's on the menu?

1. A club sandwich with chips and a soda.
2. Whatever the lunch special is at the cafeteria.
3. PB&J with apple slices and yogurt.
4. Instant ramen. Instant rice. Something instant.

The work day is over! Hit the convenience store and grab a snack for the walk home.

1. A bag of potato chips or some crackers.
2. A bottled iced coffee or soda.
3. A sandwich or snack tray from the prepared foods cooler.
4. Maybe a toaster pastry or some mini muffins.

What's for dinner?

1. Mac and cheese or fettuccine alfredo.
2. A microwaveable frozen dinner.
3. I'm going out to eat!
4. Honey-roasted chicken with roasted sweet potatoes.

It's almost bedtime. Care for a snack?

1. A bowl of cereal.
2. No thanks! Too much work.
3. A piece of fruit or chocolate.
4. A 100-calorie snack pack.

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