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So things like unsalted crackers made out of whole-grain and crisp breads are also a great choice for healthy snacks. Yogurt and low-fat cheese are also a perfect choice because they contain a lot of protein and this is what keeps you sated for a long time too. Of course you can also combine fruits and yogurt for a very vitamin-rich and healthy snack. You can be very creative in combining those basic things so you don t have to abandon some variations in your snack plan. Chocolate can also be a healthy snack. Nuts aren t the only counter-intuitive choice when it comes to picking a snack that is good for you. Of course all the cream-filled kinds of chocolate aren t healthy. But pure chocolate which has a high amount of cocoa preferably above 70 % is very healthy. Cocoa contains a lot of valuable nutrients that are good for your body and overall health. You shouldn t overdo it though as overeating healthy chocolate will of course make you gain weight again.
It is great for kids and for you. There are no additives no worries about salt and sugar and no oils or fats in them as well. AVOCADO and CRACKERS Another great snack that we d love to share is avocado and crackers. Not everyone may like plain avocado though. However if you get some rice crackers and put some avocado on it similar to guacamole you lay on the avocado nice and soft then you put a slice of tomato on it some cracked pepper and then a little bit of salt that my friend is one great snack. It is great for morning or afternoon snack and even for school. Even the big kids will love them as well. They are really filling and I do enjoy them as well. It really does wonders. BANANA Now another great snack that I find especially for the lunch box is a banana. It is full of potassium and is a great source of energy especially for your children. They are a really great snack food. That s what you would want for your kids.
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They can be found in a mix variety of fruits. Just go to the produce section of your grocery store and buy it pre-cut or whole. Some examples are apples strawberries blueberries raspberries plums peaches and pears. Variety of nuts - Peanuts cashews almonds and walnuts are some of the nuts that are a great snack. A handful should be just enough when you get hungry. They do not need refrigeration and are easy and light to carry in a Ziploc bag. They are also good in peanut butter form. Raisin - Raisins are loaded with fiber so you feel full. This is a low glycemic snack that is filling and at the same time very healthy. A little box only has 45 calories and easy on the go. Raisins can also be added to salads and cereals. A quarter cup of raisins provides you with a full serving of fruit. Egg (hard boiled) - Eggs are easy to cook and only have seventy six calories. The egg contains proteins minerals iron iodine calcium and vitamin A. You get all those healthy nutrients from one little egg. Egg white is also very good all by itself. Popcorn - This is a great snack that is easy and inexpensive. It is light and healthy with lots of fiber.