These chips aren't just hard to resist—it's impossible to stop eating them until all that's left is the flavor dust on the bottom of a party bag.
The Alternate: Gensler suggests cheddar Goldfish (a .75-ounce 100-calorie pouch has 1g saturated fat). Surprised? These old-school Pepperidge Farm crackers are baked, not fried, which makes them less fattening than they taste.
Even Healthier: You can try to trick your craving by introducing it to a lean, low-cal doppelganger, Roberts says. Replicate the cheesy, spicy kick of the nacho-flavored tortilla chips by sprinkling 2 cups reduced-fat microwave popcorn with 2 tsp. Parmesan cheese and chili powder to taste (83 calories, 1g saturated fat). Scientists sang popcorn's praises at a recent conference, citing new research that shows the naturally high-fiber snack has impressive levels of polyphenols, a type of antioxidant that prevents damage to cells and may have disease-fighting properties.