What Are The Best Healthy Snacks?
Sometimes you simply get way to busy to start preparing a healthy meal, that's why we quickly draw ourselves to unhealthy fast foods when you're in a rush!
But there certainly are snacks that not only fill you up but make sure you're not putting on any pounds... These are the Healthiest, Easiest and Tastiest snacks to have when you're in a rush!...
1. Mixed Nuts
Nuts are an ideal nutritious snack! They've been linked to a reduced risk of heart disease and may help prevent certain cancers, depression and other diseases, Despite being relatively high in fat, they are very filling. Several studies suggest that eating nuts in moderation can help you lose weight. Nuts contain the perfect balance of healthy fat, protein and fibre. They contain about 180 calories in a 1 oz (28 grams) serving, on average. They also taste great and don't require refrigeration, so they're perfect for carrying with you when away from
2. Hard-Boiled Eggs
Eggs are one of the healthiest and most weight loss-friendly foods you can eat. They contain protein, vitamin K2 and B12, to name a few. Eggs are incredibly filling and may reduce the number of calories you eat for many hours, which should help you lose weight. Although their high cholesterol content gave them a bad reputation for years, new studies show that eggs don't have any effect on your risk of heart disease. Two large, hard-boiled eggs contain about 140 calories and 13 grams of protein, a perfect light snack!
3. Greek Yogurt and Mixed Berries
Plain Greek yoghurt and berries make a delicious, nutrient-dense snack. In addition to being a great source of calcium and potassium, Greek yoghurt is also high in protein. Berries are one of the best sources of antioxidants around. You'll get a good variety of antioxidants if you consume a mixture of different-coloured berries.
Combining 3.5 oz (100 grams) of plain full-fat Greek yoghurt with half a cup of mixed berries provides about 10 grams of protein and less than 150 calories.
5. Kale Chips
Kale is incredibly healthy. It's loaded with fiber and antioxidants like quercetin and kaempferol. These compounds decrease blood pressure and may reduce the risk of colon cancer. A 1-cup serving of raw kale provides more than 100% of the RDI for vitamins A, C and K