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YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,605)
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4/23/13 3:05 P

beef jerky.

But really, there are dozens and dozens (if not hundreds) of threads that have TONS of ideas on high protein snacks. You might want to do a search to check some of those out. The question seems to be asked almost daily.

Edited by: YOJULEZ at: 4/23/2013 (15:05)
BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,310
4/23/13 3:04 P

those mini single serving cans of tuna, perhaps?

-CORAL- SparkPoints: (37,199)
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4/23/13 2:54 P

lowfat string cheese

LEC358 SparkPoints: (9,488)
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4/23/13 10:30 A

Peanut (or other nut butter) on anything you want, whole nuts, edemame

LALABEE SparkPoints: (19,104)
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4/23/13 10:22 A

hard boiled eggs, deviled eggs, cheese sticks, cold black bean salad (with corn, tomatoes, oil and vinager). greek yogurt.

LIZNC1 SparkPoints: (1,441)
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4/23/13 10:18 A

I love the daily reports that are provided and have found out I'm not getting enough protein. What are some easy ways to add protein to the snacks I take to work. I need finger foods mostly - things like yogurt or anything I have to heat up aren't practical in my office.

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