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SHARONSOWN Posts: 1,746
1/12/13 9:17 P

Light string cheese and wheat thins!

JAMIE68117 SparkPoints: (4,321)
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1/12/13 8:25 P

One thing that works really good for me is shrimp. I count out one exact serving of shrimp- which is 80 calories and about 18 grams of protein (Around 11 small-medium shrimp, depending on the brand you buy). I buy the pre-cooked kind so I can have them plain, or just put them on the skillet for a few minutes with a little bit of seasoning.

A tiny bit of shrimp will really fill you up with all that protein! Just make sure you don't eat more than a serving because it is high in cholesterol.

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1/12/13 8:22 P

Thanks!

KRISTEN_SAYS SparkPoints: (81,284)
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1/12/13 8:10 P

Fruits and veggies are best! I sometimes have greek yogurt as a snack. Or scrambled eggs/egg whites.

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1/12/13 8:02 P

Just wondering--what do you go to for a healthy filling food on a day you have the munchies?

Sometimes I try a fiber fix--celery, carrots, and grapes to give me lots of munching. Other days I try a protein bar.

What works for you?

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