You’re a healthy snacker now, but you’re still going to need a lot of snacks to keep you going.
Here’s how to choose a handful of snacks that will keep you feeling fuller for the rest of your life.
Peanut butter (I like the peanut butter.
It’s rich and creamy and so comforting.)
Coconut milk (I usually like milk, but coconut milk is the healthiest choice I can make.
It helps my body build and maintain its vitamin A and D levels.
I’ve been using it to replace dairy products and make my diet even healthier.
Cheez-Its (This one’s hard to beat.)
Yogurt and cheese (The flavors of yogurt and cheese can’t be beat.)
Nuts and seeds (Nuts are essential to keeping your gut healthy and happy.)
Oatmeal (I have a big need for it now.)
Whole wheat bread (It tastes good and keeps my mouth and stomach full.
It also keeps the immune system strong.)
Protein shakes (This helps me build muscle and keep my blood sugar low.)
Peppers (I love the pepper.
It makes me feel full and full of energy.)
Banana peels (They’re delicious.)
Whole grain bread (They make me feel fuller and fuller of food.)
Biscuits (They add a lot to your diet.)
Yogurts (They help you feel full.)
Cheesy crackers (They contain fiber and are a great way to cut out carbs.)
Cottage cheese (It helps me get my protein in.)
Soy milk (It’s a great source of iron and protein.)
Nectarines (They bring out the flavor of the fruit.)
Blueberries (They are rich in antioxidants and are great for keeping your body healthy.)
Cranberries (It makes them extra-salty.)
Cranberry jam (It keeps me feeling full and fuller throughout the day.)
Pea protein powder (It adds protein to your food.)
Green tea (It has antioxidants and helps with my metabolism.)
Strawberry jam (I’ve been drinking it for breakfast and lunch.)
Green coffee (It boosts your energy.)
Yoguas (They keep you full and help with digestion.)
Peaches (They also make a great treat.)
Cucumber (It reduces sugar and helps to support my metabolism.
It gives me energy, energy, and more energy.)
Avocados (They have vitamins and minerals.)
Pumpkin seeds (They provide energy and fiber.)
Coconut oil (It is a great oil for cooking.)
Soy sauce (It contains plenty of vitamins and essential fatty acids.)
Apple cider vinegar (It does wonders for my skin.)
Banana pudding (It brings out the flavors of the fruits.)
Sweet potatoes (They don’t pack much sugar and have a rich flavor.)
Applesauce (It also helps with the immune response.)
Pumpkin pie (It gives my stomach a good workout.)
Strawberry cake (It feels great on the inside.)
Carrots (They taste good and have lots of nutrients.)
Strawberry shortcake (It pairs well with yogurt.)
Banana powder (They can be eaten with chocolate or vanilla ice cream.)
Canned peas (They do a good job of keeping you full.)
Dates (They give my skin a boost.)
Strawberries (You can buy these at your local grocery store.)
Apple cobbler (It looks and tastes great with my chocolate cake.)
Blackberries (This is an excellent choice for those looking for a sweet treat.)
Cranapple juice (It goes well with peanut butter.)
Lemonade (This has a great flavor and is great for those who love to drink lemonade.)
Strawberry jelly (It provides a great sweetener.)
Peach juice (This adds a delicious flavor.)
Strawberry-lime soda (I can’t stop thinking about this one.)
Banana cream (It can also be used as a sweetener in ice cream and smoothies.)
Banana nut milk (You won’t get that sweet-tasting taste from regular milk.)
Banana bread (This goes well in smoothies and muffins.)
Fruit juice (I use it in my cereal.)
Strawberry ice cream (You don’t have to worry about sugar.)
Peach smoothie (This tastes good in smoothie mixes.)
Banana-flavored coffee (I add it to coffee.)
Strawberry juice (Sweet to the core.)
Peanuts (I don’t eat them, but they’re a great option for those trying to lose weight.)
Carrot pie (I make it with a little sugar