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TURTLESDOVE Posts: 1,067
5/1/12 10:20 A

thanks guys.

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4/30/12 9:53 P

A few more I forgot about is baby carrots, lowfat string cheese, and olives.

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4/30/12 9:08 P

I have tried a bunch of different low fat yogurts, the only one ironically that I like happens to be the cheapest...lol. WalMart Great Value brand, the "Light" ones to me are the better ones for me. They are 80 calories with 0g fat. Personally I like the Blueberry and Strawberry the best...

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4/30/12 5:11 P

This may be more of a meal replacement.
www.bscnutrition.com.au/rtd-body-on-the-go
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for a snack to tithe you over until your meal is finished cooking; all natural whole almonds (plain). 24 kernels (1 serving) are about 200 calories so you could eat 12 for a snack.

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TURTLESDOVE Posts: 1,067
4/30/12 4:32 P

thanks everyone. @gravelridge, what kind of yogurt do you eat? I find that the best tasting yogurt is Yoplait low fat strawberry, but it has 170 calories. I'd like a good tasting yogurt without AS and low in calories. Is there such a thing?

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4/30/12 4:11 P

I keep raisins, dried cranberries, walnuts, bananas, yogurts, low fat cottage cheese, a bunch of different fruit drinks, and anything else to have a low calorie snack that is decent health wise. Different dried fruits are nice because they are healthy, tastes good, satisfying, and they last a long time if you feel like not eating them for a while. I like having a variety of low calorie snacks in my house, I also have meals that are quick to make so I am not taking so long when it is time to eat. Good Luck

TURTLESDOVE Posts: 1,067
4/30/12 4:07 P

@KJ, where do you get those? Looks good. Do you know how many calories are in them?

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4/30/12 4:06 P

I usually eat some oatmeal. Thick, filling and tons o' carbs to get me going for my workout (I workout at night).

Sometimes a turkey sammich too. Heavy on the turkey.

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KJFITNESSDUDE Posts: 15,787
4/30/12 3:33 P

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TURTLESDOVE Posts: 1,067
4/30/12 1:21 P

Hey guys. I have a problem wanting to snack on something after I get home from work while I'm cooking supper. What do you suggest? Needs to be low in calories and satisfying.

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