I take a low carb wrap and fill it with spinach and 2 oz of tuna (sometimes the garlic or spicy tuna) it's only about 123 calories. Very filling and good for you. I realized that celery with a little bit of pepperjack cheese is a nice spice to get rid of a sweet craving too.
Be sure to track it though, I have to limit my cheese can have a lot of calories.
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Fruit and some nuts or cheese, depending on who much protein I've eaten during the day. I also usually warm up what's left of my morning cup of coffee (black) because I never seem to finish it before I run out the door in the morning.
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First is line is a veggie; second) a small dish of beans; 3) nuts, alone or in trail mix.
@CHACHA, I never thought of sauerkraut...Thank you. Fermented foods are wonderful for the body.
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1. Apple or pear, sliced and chilled 2. grapes 3. Leftover lunch food that I didn't eat purposely in order to have a snack 4. A no fat added salad with salsa for dressing 5. Soup (usually homemade) that is high protein but has no meat
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I try to keep 4 oz. containers of nuts and 8-24 oz. containers of sliced, cleaned, ready to eat fruit readily available. Almonds, cashews, and unshelled pistaccios are my favorite nuts. Sometimes I mix plain almonds with dark cocoa powder covered ones. My mixed fruit container includes any of the following: blueberries, strawberries, red seedless grapes, pineapple, watermelon, canteloupe. I also try to keep a healthy granola/protein bar readily available.
Starting Week Two today. Afternoon snacks around the office are a huge trigger for me. When I hit that 2:30pm slump it's way too easy to go grab a candy bar or a lollipop. I know that if I'm prepared, I will make better choices, but I don't always do a good job preparing!
So, what are your favorite go-to-don't-feed-the-sweet-tooth snacks during the work day? They can be frozen or refrigerated snacks as well as goodies you can keep in your desk.
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