I like a chia seed pudding because it is a lot of protein in it and very little carbs, as well. 1/4 c chia seeds and 1 c milk (I use coconut milk or almond milk). I add unsweetened coconut, and Stevia, sometimes I add a strawberry cut up in tiny pieces and/or some nuts.
Eating some almond butter that is just almonds is good, too. Most of thetimes I do not et anything for a snack before I go to bed.
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I've been on a great streak and intend to keep it up until I get into my rythem-so it's no longer a streak but a good habit :)
However, last night I felt a bit weak. Fortunately I stayed within my ranges eatting but ended up pondering two things.
One: Sodium. I fell for some Chili Cheese Fritos, with all the sodium that comes with it, and this morning I'm feeling it! What is the maximum sodium your should consume in a day? What is the best way to zap it if you have overconsumed?
Two: Night snacking. I work 12 hour shifts in a four day block, and when I am done, I have 1 hour before I head to bed. So my hubby and I like to sit down and watch a few shows DVRed. The issue is that he has very high metabolism and snacks up a storm. I used to join him but can't as much anymore. I am actually hungry then, but what are some satisfying snack alternatives I could munch on later, that I won't regret? Please advise.
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