Grab three graham cracker squares to get 15-20 g of carbs.
3 cups of air popped popcorn, no salt..sprinkle with parm or romano which has protein or cinnamon to flavor...air popped popcorn contains about 31 calories per cup
Have a hard boiled egg...Eggs Are Loaded with Nutrients & lots of vitamins
1/2 cup Cottage Cheese and a handful of Matchstick carrots, flaxseeds under 100 calories How about 3/4 cup of Multi Grain Cheerios for a crunchy, fiber filled treat.
Grab one small orange and get a dose of vitamin C as well as fiber...an apple with Deli roast beef which is almost as low in fat as turkey. Two to three deli slices are less than 150 calories.
Black Olives with stuff with Lauging Cow reduced fat cream cheese or hummus...have 20.
Red peppers dipped in salsa....which are full of vitamins A & C and antioxidants.
Open a can of sardines..Sprinkle sardines with lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil or combine the sardines with chopped onion, olives, or fennel. COQ10 is one of the good things sardines have and they are heart healthy and loaded with protein.
I usually do an apple as a snack. They always keep me full. If I really feel hungry, I get some cheese to go with it, or some PB.
If you are really into "bar" type things, LUNA (for women) or CLIF (men) are always satisfying and under 200 calories usually. I'm trying to get away from that type of thing. I usually have a few on hand though, because they help curb my sweet cravings.
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I had a greek yogurt (50 calories for small pot) for the first time yesterday and was amazed at how well it kept me satisfied (actually lasted for 3 hours with an hour workout inbetween).
An apple with a cheese string is about 150 cals. Veggies with a little dip. Pistachios or almonds with some fruit.
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