Avocados' fatty acids and fiber help you feel fuller for longer.
Do so with guacamole and whole-wheat crackers, and you'll have it.
One-half cup of Greek yogurt contains probiotics, calcium, and 12 grams of protein.
Avoid glasses with a high amount of added sugar. The best option is to purchase plain yogurt and add fresh fruit and almonds.
While it lacks the protein punch of beef or fish jerky, mushroom jerky makes up for it with fiber.
This food contains six grams of fiber for only 110 calories.
Individual bowls of oats are ideal snack compartment essentials; they're not just for breakfast.
Simply search for basic or low-sugar options.
Yeah, prunes! Each is a miniature fiber explosive.
A serving of 100 calories contains three grams of the satiating nutrient.
While there is nothing wrong with pork rinds, there is also nothing wrong with these treats made from pea protein.
And if we hadn't told you, you would not have noticed the difference in flavor.