11. Baby Carrots
Baby carrots have been a much celebrated snack for diets but they’re not very nutritious since they don’t fill you up and energize your body for a long time. However, if you eat them with a protein rich dipping, for instance hummus, then your stomach will fill up and you won’t find yourself struggling against hunger until your next meal.
12. Flavoured Yogurts
No matter which flavour you pick out, flavoured yogurts are rich in sugar because the strawberries weren’t freshly added, the taste comes from artificial flavouring. A better and healthier idea is to add plain Greek yogurt along with fresh strawberries to your snack times.
Greek yogurt is low in sugar and extremely rich in proteins, while fresh strawberries will fill you up with plenty of essential antioxidants.
Snacks are always meant to energize you and help your body cope with the loss of food quantity during your diet. You must avoid all such items that won’t fill you up and leave you craving for more. Or worse, food items that are high in processed fats or added sugars. Keep your snacks simple and light, yet nutritious and filling.