Almonds are a great source of protein and healthy fat that is satisfying. They have the highest rate of proteins when compared to other nuts and are rich in Vitamin E.
This low-calorie snack will satisfy your craving for something salty and crunchy, and it’s also a good source of fibre.
Fruits are packed with vitamins and minerals, and are full of great natural sweetness. They are also a great source of antioxidants needed for a stronger immune system and a better performance at work.
Fresh fruit is always a great snack option but if you want to mix things up, try dried apricots, raisins, apples, or bananas. These snacks are sweet, chewy, high in fibre, and high in potassium.
Be careful with these! Some protein bars are packed with calories. Check the ingredients and make sure the one you pick has fruit, nuts, and fewer than 200 calories.
Though they’re salty, pretzels are low in fat and give you some carbs to hold you over until lunch or dinner.
Sometimes when you think you are hungry or crave sugar, you are actually thirsty, next time this happens, try drinking a can of low sodium tomato or vegetable juice.
Many yogurts are made using ‘good bacteria’, which is great for your digestive tract. Yogurt also contains probiotics, and offers protein, calcium, vitamins, potassium, and magnesium.
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