Healthy Snacks To Help You Cut Cravings and Lose Weight

Avocados and Tomatoes

Tomatoes, which are low in calories but high in the antioxidant lycopene, are a great partner to avocados since they both promote good blood pressure. 

Greek Yogurt

Half a cup provides 12 grams of protein, plus probiotics, calcium, and other nutrients. Cups with a lot of added sugar should be avoided. Adding fresh fruit and nuts to plain yogurt is your best bet.

Salt & Pepper Mushroom Jerky

Mushroom jerky, although lacking the protein power of jerky made from animals or fish, makes up for it in fiber. This is just 110 calories and 6 grams of fiber per serving.


Single-serve cups of oats are a great addition to any snack drawer since they can be eaten at any time of the day. Then you won't be hungry again until dinnertime.

Pitted Prunes

Like little fiber bombs, they pack quite a punch. Three grams of the satiating nutrient may be found in a 100-calorie meal.

Apples and Peanut Butter

Diets high in fruits like apples and pears have been shown to aid in long-term weight reduction. Spread some peanut butter on a Honeycrisp for a healthy dose of fiber, fat, and protein.

Sweet Potato Toast

Because of their high water and fiber content, sweet potatoes are able to reduce hunger pangs. Add ricotta and season with pepper.

Egg on Whole Grain

Toast up some whole wheat bread if you're craving something more conventional. If you add a hard-boiled egg on top, it makes for a filling snack. 

Brussel Sprouts

Despite its many health benefits, you may not be snacking on brussels sprouts. Toss the cruciferous vegetable with salt and olive oil and stir-fry it until it is tender.

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