Who says dieting means suffering? Try these healthy snack options to curb hunger!

Ladies, let’s face it, we all know it is better to eat many small meals as opposed to a couple large meals daily; however, time doesn’t always permit us to eat the way we want to; therefore, here are a few tips and ideas for healthy snacks with relatively little preparation that can help satisfy your cravings.

 

Sliced Tomato with a sprinkle of Feta and Olive Oil

 

Vitamuffin VitaTop

Pop this vitamin-rich fudgy treat before a morning meeting and that Danish won’t look so damn good.

 

Banana

Naturally prepackaged goodness you can take anywhere, with the added benefit of cramp-preventing potassium.

 

3 c Air-Popped Popcorn

Go ahead, nibble mindlessly as you zone out in front of Bravo. Even if you’re watching trash, you won’t be eating it.

 

Yoplait Light Yogurt (fruit flavors)

This bone-building goodie provides 20 percent of your RDA for calcium and vitamin D.

 

8 Shrimp and 4 Tbsp Cocktail Sauce

The perfect appetizer—and no one at the table will know you’re counting calories.

 

2 Sargento Light String Cheese Snacks

Any food you can play with is a great distraction; plus, the protein battles mid-afternoon hunger pangs.

 

1 c Baby Carrots with 2 Tbsp Hummus

The crunchy texture keeps choppers busy, and tangy hummus feeds your need for comfort food.

 

1/2 Cantaloupe

Like most fruit, melon contains a lot of water. So you get a lot of food—and beta-carotene—for not a lot of calories.

 

1 c Strawberries and 3 Tbsp Cool Whip Free

For a totally guiltless dessert, dish up a bowl of this sweet, fiber-rich combo.

 

18 Fat Free Rold Gold Tiny Twists

Kill a carbs-and-salt craving in a single snack session.

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