Losing weight involves working out and getting a balanced diet. This is why you’ve probably signed up with Gold’s Gym, so you can start shedding some pounds with serious workouts. However, you might feel the need to eat less or only stick with healthy meals if you want to achieve a slimmer body. You might be sacrificing your snacks by missing them altogether to do this, which can leave you feeling deprived and craving in the end.
What you need to know is that snacks are not always bad for you. Some trainers even recommend that you should eat small snacks all throughout the day so you don’t get too hungry to overeat. There are lots of healthy snacks that can help you out in your quest to lose weight and duplicate the bod of your fitspiration. You just need to know which ones they are and how to make them, as they are hardly ever sold in ready to eat packages.
To help you get started, here are four healthy snacks that are easy to make and you can nosh on instantly even if you’re on a strict healthy diet and workout regimen.
Garlic Parm Popcorn
Popcorn is satisfying and nutritious snack – just don’t overdo the butter and salt. Adding different spices can make it even more exciting and enticing. All you need is some plain popcorn, a bit of melted butter or vegetable oil, garlic powder, and grated parmesan and you’re good to go.
Fresh Fruit Trail Mix
If you love chewing on a trail mix while working on a taxing task, making a fresher version is a healthy way to snack. Mix a few different nuts of your choice with some fresh grapes and berries and you’ll get a low-carb snack that will get you going.
Veggie Sticks with Dips
Want a no-fuss snack? Grab some carrots, cucumbers, avocadoes, or baby spinach and cut them to smaller sizes. Then grab some cottage cheese, almond butter, or any other low-calorie dip you might have around. Dip the veggies in and voila! You have a healthy snack!
Banana and Peanut Butter
This one’s a classic. It provides protein, carbohydrates, and fat that will energize and get you going. All you need is some bananas and chunky peanut butter (they’re more filling than creamy ones) and you’re good to go. You can even microwave the peanut butter to warm it up and just drizzle it on your bananas to make a warm snack.
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