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Snacks

One of the hardest things about dieting? It’s not the so-called tasteless foods, it’s not counting calories, and it’s not subsisting on shakes and bars – it’s that space in between meals when your stomach starts growling because you’re so hungry. Yet, you tell yourself, you’ll make it through the next few hours; you’ve got to keep the calories down.

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One of the hardest things about dieting? It’s not the so-called tasteless foods, it’s not counting calories, and it’s not subsisting on shakes and bars – it’s that space in between meals when your stomach starts growling because you’re so hungry. Yet, you tell yourself, you’ll make it through the next few hours; you’ve got to keep the calories down.

But, in having a balanced nutritional plan and a lifestyle change – both different from a quick-fix diet – feeling hungry isn’t natural – and many nutritionists don’t recommend it. Rather, subduing that sensation comes down to the foods you eat, and how often you consume them.

You’ll be told to have high-protein and high-fiber foods that are lower in calories, and likely stick with small- to modest-sized portions at every meal. However, this isn’t your only diet plan: Snacking, in the right amount, is encouraged and fills in those “hunger gaps” during the day.

Weight Loss Food Direct is here to assist you with making healthy, diet-friendly snacking choices. These won’t break your diet, whether that’s low-calorie or low-fat. Instead, keep your stomach and your mouth satisfied with:

  • Cookies
  • Bars
  • Chips
  • Popcorn and pretzels
  • Candy and sweet treats
  • Jerky

What do these have that your average snack foods don’t?

  • High-Protein Content, including from whey protein and soy sources, makes these options more filling on fewer calories.
  • Higher Fiber, often from plant-based sources, helps you feel more satisfied with a smaller serving.
  • Fewer Calories help you feel full and stick with a diet plan.
  • Higher-Quality Ingredients, instead of refined sugars and other additives, help you stick with the basics. Foods often use natural sources of fat and sweeteners, and steer clear of anything with a high Glycemic Index.