I make a salad in a large mixing bowel with a variety of veggies, and I take a cup of it when ever and put some turkey or chicken on it. Or I will have a granola bar and a cup of tea, or glass of organic milk.
Dannon Light & Fit Greek yogurt Yasso Frozen Greek yogurt pop (70 calories and takes a while to eat) Hard boiled egg 7 reduced fat triscuits and 1 slice reduced fat cheese. My favorite for when I am really hungry is FiberOne cereal and 1/2 a cup of milk. The fiber fills me up.
Fitness Minutes: (16,762)
752 1/31/13 1:18 P
vegetables. broccoli is somewhere around 50 cals per cup depending on if you're talking frozen or fresh or cooked. add a little bit of cheese and you're getting a cup of food for less than 100 cals. and personally, since i find potatoes to be the most filling food ever, pop that broccoli and cheese on a 100 gram potato that you bake and you're adding less than 100 cals but fiber and protein. that will keep me full for a few hours. spinach and cauliflower are also low cal and have volume. i also make a lot of lentil vegetable curries. it's a great way to clean out the fridge and tends to be less than 200 cals a cup when you toss in zucchini, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, mushrooms, peppers, onion, and dark green leafies. it also freezes well. and if i want to make it even more filling, i'll mash some potatoes with greens and serve that under the curry. lots of bulk for not a lot of calories.
Fitness Minutes: (930)
124 1/30/13 8:52 P
I normally have a part-skim string cheese stick because it's super convenient. I buy various brands depending on what is on sale, but it is essentially 70 cals and 9 grams of protein. Plus, because you have to pull it apart it takes longer to eat which makes me feel more satisfied.
Fitness Minutes: (2,531)
822 1/30/13 8:43 P
nonfat cottage cheese plain yogurt with cinnamon and stevia low cal cheese wedge and celery air popped popcorn string cheese and rye cracker
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