6 Snacks You Can Eat While Still Burning Fat!

healthy snacksSometimes the hardest part of changing your diet isn’t adjusting your meals, but trying to find something healthy to eat in-between them. It’s no secret that starving yourself isn’t the greatest way to lose weight, actually, the most effective way is to eat smaller-portioned meals and snacks throughout the day to ensure your body has enough energy to keep you active all day—while also keeping your metabolism up as well.

So, why is it so hard to find something to snack on? Well, for one there’s the portability factor. It’s not always convenient to bring something that you have to sit down to eat or have prepared in advance—sometimes we just need something quick that we can eat with one hand.

The other thing that makes it hard is taste. We’re so used to the taste of our favorite junk food that we often find it difficult to give them up. The best way to change this habit is to find a healthier option in your favorite taste palate. Crave something sweet? Try opting for fresh fruits. Do you prefer salty? Go for the nuts instead of the chips. Often, it’s simply a matter of doing what works best for you.

Below are six options to get you snacking healthier while helping to burn fat in the process!

 

  1. Yogurt mixed with berries, walnuts or pecans, and cottage cheese
  2. Apples or your favorite fruit with almond butter
  3. Avocado slices wrapped in nitrate-free deli turkey breast 
  4. Fresh-sliced pineapples with a handful of macadamia nuts
  5. Blueberries mixed with raw almonds for a trail mix style snack
  6. Carrot sticks or sliced red/yellow/orange peppers with guacamole

 

The great thing about the snacks listed above is that they can be easy to prepare in advance, so you can just grab them and go. Also, most local grocery and health stores already carry healthy, pre-prepped snacks in convenient on-the-go packages—making it easier to avoid opting for the unhealthy versions. And always keep your favorite fruits and vegetables on hand for unexpected hunger attacks.

Remember, being healthy and eating right is a matter of choice. Every day we each have to make the choice to do what’s best for our body and our heath. Hopefully these tips can make that decision easier for you while you’re on the go!

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