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Snacks Galore

Sunday, November 18, 2012

I've recently started using SparkCoach, which has been great at inspiring me and providing great ideas to remind me to stay fit and healthy.
Today's program was about snacks and it suggested making a list of healthy snacks and keeping it on the fridge. Preparing and portioning snacks once a week so they are ready to take to work, school, etc is an good way to avoid the evil (though sometimes delicious) vending machine.

Here's my list of snacks:
-almonds
-greek yogurt
-berries
-hard boiled eggs
-baby carrots
-grape tomatoes
-kale chips
-popcorn (did you know it's a whole grain?)
-roasted pumpkin seeds
-edamame
-walnuts
-olives
-Laughing Cow cheese
-Babybel cheese
-Granny Smith apple with peanut butter
-Triscuit and cheddar

Do you have any favorite healthy snack suggestions? I'm always on the lookout for tasty food!!
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  • TIME2BLOOM4ME
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    1465 days ago
  • HOUNDLOVER1
    Never tried blue Brie, sounds great! emoticon
    1467 days ago
  • MINIMEI
    EWL978: Anytime! I Really enjoy snacking, especially when I am sitting down to work, which is pretty much all day!! So I have to really try to eat super healthy snacks otherwise I'm toast! :-)
    1467 days ago
  • MINIMEI
    HOUNDLOVER1--I've never actually tried almond butter, but I hear it's delicious. I'll give it a try. I a BIG cheese lover too--have you ever tried Blue Brie?
    1467 days ago
  • HOUNDLOVER1
    I've eliminated all grains and legumes (peanuts, soy, peas, beans, lentils) from my diet so use almond butter instead of peanut butter and also eat a lot of high-fat cheeses like brie.
    1467 days ago
  • EWL978
    I'm impressed!! Guess I need to do that too!! Thanx for the suggestion.
    1477 days ago
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