Healthy, Low-Calorie Snacks
1. Veggies and hummus
Eating more vegetables can provide numerous health benefits and reduce the risk of many chronic diseases, including heart disease.
Veggies and hummus
Notably, vegetables combine well with protein sources such as hummus — a spread made of legumes such as chic a mixture.
2. Coconut chip
Not only are coconut chips delectable, but they are also rich in healthy fats and fiber, rendering them an excellent alternative to potato chips.
You can buy avocado chips in stores or online, or you can create them at home.
There is a reason why eggs are commonly called "nature's vitamins.
Eggs boiled to hard are a lightweight and easy snack that combines well with vegetables, fruits, nuts, and cheese.
4. Homemade ene
Energy spheres are nutritious morsels comprised of oats, nuts, coconut, and dried fruits.
Homemade energy balls
Snacking on energy spheres containing fiber as well as protein can help you meet your health objectives.
5. Greek yogurt with berries
Protein and essential nutrients such as potassium, sodium, and magnesium are abundant in Greek yogurt.
6. Banana with nut butter
In addition, combining bananas with nut butter increases the protein and fiber content of your snack, making it more substantial.
7. Toasted pumpkin seeds
Pumpkin seeds are abundant in nutrients, such as protein, iron, zinc, magnesium, the mineral potassium, copper.