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Five healthy snacks


Hunger can knock anytime and it is very hard to make healthy choices every time. It may make us eat frail snacks which negatively influence our health. If you want to eat healthy you need to plan healthy snacking so that you can conveniently eat healthy snacks whenever you feel hungry in the middle of day or after your meals.

You may be looking for healthy snacking ideas for yourself, your kids or for your weight loss needs, these can be true fit for all purposes. You can store homemade and healthy snacks at your home, in your office desk or in your bag as per your requirement. 

Now the question is what to look when you are planning to have healthy snacks. And the answer is, these should contain protein and fiber, should be more filling, should not contain added sugars and should contain less calories.

Here I have mentioned 5 healthy snacks which can provide energy, curb appetite and also reduce overeating at meal time.


Nuts (almonds, walnuts, cashews, Brazil nuts, pecans, pistachios and macadamia nuts) are highly nutritious snacks. These are filling and eating nuts everyday in normal amount can also aid weight loss. Nuts offer the exact balance of protein, fiber and healthy fat. You can easily store them anywhere as they do not need refrigeration that make them handy and healthy snacks.


Sushi is rich in proteins, vitamins, antioxidants and omega3 fatty acids. It is good for your taste buds, heart and for life. It promote muscle repair and strengthen immunity. It balance your blood sugar, fix energy levels, cuts craving, enhance metabolism and encourage safe weight loss. Regular consumption of sushi relieves, anxiety, depression, clears brain fog and keeps the brain happy.

Whole grain

Whole grains are a complete package  loaded with nutrients including fiber, B vitamins, protein, trace minerals(copper, zinc, iron and magnesium) and antioxidants. Whole grains has the potential to lessen the risk of obesity, heart diseases, type2 diabetes and some cancers. They stimulate healthy bacteria and maintain bowel movements. Common whole grains you can use for snacks include barely, buckwheat, bulgur, wheat berry, wild rice, brown rice, quinoa, whole rye, millet, popcorn and oatmeal.


Yogurt, especially Greek yogurt is an incredible choice. For more delightful taste you can add fruits in yogurt. It is high in protein and terrific source of potassium and calcium. Yogurt contain magnesium,  riboflavin, vitamins B6 and B12. Eating yogurt regularly boost various facets of health. It aids weight management and decrease the risk of heart diseases. It contains probiotics which improve healthy gut bacteria and promote digestive health. It also bolster your immune system and foster bone health.


Cheese is an outstanding source of protein, healthy fat and calcium. Calcium is vital nutrient for healthy teeth and bone, wound healing, blood clotting, healthy cholesterol and blood pressure. It is also filled with riboflavin, phosphorus, zinc, vitamins A, B12, K-2 and omega-3 fatty acids. Cheese benefits gut health, boost immunity and augment brain function.

I hope now you are good to go with these nutritious and healthy snacks. So whenever your next hunger hits, make sure you eat above mentioned or other whole foods rather than fattening and processed options. Having some nutritious mixtures in reach can stave off your hunger and also benefit your health.

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