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EMPRESSAMQ
Posts: 5,032
6/26/13 8:57 A

I love kefir and a half cup of the brand I use is only 70 calories, so I drink that when I want a light snack.

Also I like a brand of ultra thin cut Swiss cheese that is 120 calories for three slices and 2.5 slices makes a 100 calorie snack that I enjoy.

Water packed tuna in a pouch: 80 calories for the whole pouch.

The brand of whey powder I use in water to supplement protein makes a nice snack at 90 calories.

Lots more.



DANAKA4
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6/26/13 8:52 A

Activia light yogurt and fruit.



NEWME1027
Posts: 87
6/25/13 10:28 P

Greek yogurt 8o calories
100 calories snack packs
laughing cow cheese with celery
Apple




SNOOPY1960
Posts: 1,680
6/25/13 9:45 P

2 Wasa sesame seed crackers with 1 Laughing Cow cheese wedge.
It tastes like a sesame seed bagel with cream cheese !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



KPMP1992
Posts: 56
6/25/13 3:48 P

1/2 cup low-fat cottage cheese, mixed with one packet stevia and a sprinkle of cinnamon
Apple, diced up and mixed in with cottage cheese...more cinnamon on top.

I'm on Weight Watchers and the apple is "free", so this snack is equivalent to 100 calories.




CALLMECARRIE
Posts: 1,598
6/25/13 2:52 P

I personally like the Laughing Cow Lite cheeses, especially the ones like Garlic & Herb that have a little more flavor. If you eat one of those (35 calories) with 4 pieces of melba toast (Old London brand, 60 calories for 4 rounds) you have a 95 calorie snack with a lot of flavor.



KRAFTYKRAFT
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6/25/13 2:10 P

I do a portion of fruit that is less than a hundred calories or cut up vegetables. I also like the 100 calorie packs of almonds or yogurts



ALEXBTHIN
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6/25/13 2:02 P

Yogurt



CRISSTARA
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6/25/13 1:55 P

Thank you I will give that a try to see if I like it.I've just recently have started to like fish esp.Talipia marinated in Italian Dressing for an hour or so & also if you marinate Steaks,for 4 hours & chicken if it's frozen over night.Makes it so tender & delicious.Your friend Tara Firman



CRISSTARA
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6/25/13 1:52 P

Thanks I will give your suggestion a try & let you know.

Edited by: CRISSTARA at: 6/25/2013 (14:00)


CRISSTARA
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6/25/13 1:45 P

Thanks for the info.& responding to my topic I find that very helpful.I forgot to add I HATE Chocolate I know I'm weird I do however love White Chocolate & Butterscotch.I was diagnoised w/Ulcerative Colitis in 1996 & it's a struggle/battle.I have a very low immune system so any info.on how to boost this up would be greatly appreciated,& also what gives more energy.I get tired pretty easily.Your friend Tara Firman

Edited by: CRISSTARA at: 6/25/2013 (13:48)


ROBBIEY
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6/25/13 11:21 A

Fiber One Brownie - 90 calories
It is filling with fiber



SUNSHINE6442
Posts: 1,757
6/25/13 11:08 A

Cinnamon helps with digestion and in moderation you might find ginger is one of the best foods for acid reflux...also celery with fat free cream cheese....

Graham crackers should not cause reflux....nor should puffed rice

Maybe eat more alkaline foods to stave off the reflux and yogurt because of the good bacteria. Get Fage Yogurt 0% plain as this has the least amount of sugar than any yogurts I have found. Bananas, apples, and pears are low acids fruits. Cucumbers are alkaline and about 45 calories each. Saltines can soak up acid

Avoid chocolate, fried foods, alcohol...and please consult your medical professional for guidance....



JENNILACEY
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6/25/13 8:57 A

I'm not sure what foods would upset your acid reflux but portabella mushrooms are great. A huge 140g PB is around 35 cals. If you want to added shredded parmesan, that's around 20 cals. They are super filling and satisfying.

Egg white omelettes with veggies. I usually put a pre-cooked sweet potato, onion and mushrooms. Also very satisfying. Mine are usually around 90 cals. I use 1/3 cup egg whites.

I also make homemade frozen Greek yogurt (nice summer treat). You can make them for around 100 cals. 1/3 cup plain Greek yogurt, a serving of dry sugar-free instant pudding mix, 1/3 cup almond milk. You can add a bit of fruit or fruit juice for flavour but you don't have to. I do nut butter sometimes but that might put you over. Just put it in your freezer about 2-3 hours before you plan on eating it and stir it up every 30 mins so it doesn't crystallize.



123ELAINE456
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6/25/13 7:23 A

Oatmeal Raisin Cookie



CERTHIA
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6/25/13 5:13 A

Can you have yoghurt? A dollop of sugar free/high protein yoghurt with some fresh blueberries is a great lowish calorie snack.

Lately I have been snacking on dried codfish. A small bowl of 30g is just under 100 calories from almost pure protein. But I guess that is an odd thing to eat, still I find it very tasty (chewy and savory) and filling.



SLIMMERKIWI
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6/25/13 3:32 A

Hi - I see from your SparkPage that you have Ulcerative Colitis - this may impact a bit on your choice of food, as well. I may be that you need to even out your calories throughout the day, and allow for a wee bit more filling snack late evening, as opposed to some ice cream, even tho' it has no sugar added. Would a piece of mashed banana and 2-3 spoons of yoghurt do the trick? I find that they help me, and can also help with the Acid burn.

You might find it helpful to ask your Dr for a referral to a Registered Dietitian, because you have Ulcerative Colitis and Acid Reflux - both of which impacts on what you eat.

Good luck,
Kris



ITSABSURD
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6/25/13 3:26 A

Hummus & vegetables



CRISSTARA
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6/25/13 3:01 A

I'm asking this b/c late in the evening I find myself hungry.I have Acid Reflux disease.I just need variety this is why I'm asking.I usually turn to Popcorn which is 40 Calories per cup,Pretzels which is 100 Calories for 11 nugget sized,hard boiled eggs which are 60 Calories & Toast which is 70 Calories for 1 slice,These 2 items helps with Acid Reflux I've found:Pudding which is 100 Calories & Ice cream by Edy's the no sugar added 90 Calories for 1/2 Cup.So any help would be greatly appreciated.



 
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