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As a Sharecare Transformer, what are your favorite healthy snacks?

I generally try to make sure that my snacks include protein in some form so that I stay satisfied and don't reach for more snacks. My current favorite snacks would start with fruit or vegetables. Whatever is fresh in season is the best! I love apple slices with a Laughing Cow Cinnamon Cream Cheese wedge. If I'm looking for a salty snack then I reach for pita chips with hummus or almonds. I also love the Weight Watchers Smoked String Cheese.

My favorite healthy snacks combine protein and fiber since these are the keys to satiety! My favorites are:
  • Apple with 10 raw almonds
  • Greek yogurt with chia and fruit mixed in
  • Whey protein shake
  • Banana burrito -- 100% Whole wheat tortilla, 1 tbsp. natural peanut butter and 1 small banana; wrap up like a burrito and enjoy!
  • Protein bar
  • Raw veggies such as peppers, cucumber, tomatoes etc. cut up and dipped in Greek Yogurt dip!

 

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