This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will cover those times when you are getting the munchies. In other words, it is time for a snack! Everyone loves to snack! Snacks can be a lot of fun, especially those midnight snacks! Did you know that it is better to have 5 to 6 meals a day rather than the customary 3 meals? That’s right. With 3 meals people tend to overeat because they stuff themselves with the thought that it will be many hours before they eat again. This causes the body to gain weight.
Nutritionists tell us that we should eat 5 to 6 times a day or roughly every 3 hours. Those portions should be smaller in size. The more frequent eating times will help you to avoid becoming overly hungry. Unfortunately, people often overeat when they feel hungry. By eating numerous little meals throughout the day it will help to keep your metabolism burning at a higher level. This, in turn, can help a person to lose weight.
Let’s look at eating 5 to 6 meals a day. Those 5 to 6 meals should include a well-balanced breakfast (between 6AM and 8AM), a snack (between 9AM and 11AM), a simple lunch (between 12 noon and 2PM), a snack (between 3PM and 5PM), a well-balanced dinner (between 6PM and 8PM). The very last snack should be consumed no later than 10PM. Wow, as you can see, there are a lot of times to snack! Of course, you do have to keep a watch on the portion sizes of your snacks. A gallon of ice-cream would not be a snack but a 1/2 cup would be!
Since snacks are really important to developing a healthy eating lifestyle, this quick quiz will be all about snacks, well, snacks in Spanish! So take a look at each of the ten pictures and the sentences that go with them. See just how quickly you can fill in the blanks with the correct snack that is shown in the picture!
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