Many experts say that healthy snacks is a special way to make your weight does not increase, but the premise is you snack foods are healthy. “Snacking can keep your hunger at bay, prevent overeating at meal times, and actually keep your weight in check,” says Kara Lydon, R.D., author of Nourish Your Namaste e-book and The Foodie Dietitian Blog.
The key here is munching on snacks that are packed with protein and fiber to keep you full and fight cravings, says Lydon.
Diversity is the way to lose weight. From the peanut butter and jelly bowl to the appetizer spread when you want to lose weight.
Sliced Apple with Hummus
“The combination of carbohydrates from the apple and protein and fat from the hummus supply your cells with a constant flow of energy so you don’t crave a larger meal,” says Laura Cipullo, R.D., author of The Women’s Health Body Clock Diet.
Larger dietary needs more insulin, and by maintaining a stable insulin levels, snacks to reduce appetite hormone, growth hormone releasing peptide, prevent extra abdominal fat deposition, Cipullo says.
On the go? Grab a sliced apple and an individual hummus packet.
“The peanut butter delays the sugar high from the jelly, and skipping the bread will keep bloating in check,” she says. Cipullo says she likes to eat this in the afternoon (around 3 p.m.) for an energy boost when the stress hormone cortisol takes a nosedive and you get sleepy.
Greek Yogurt with Almonds and Walnuts
Topping a cup of plain Greek yogurt with six almonds helps stabilize your blood sugar and curb cravings, says Mikus. Through into six walnuts, you will get omega-3 fatty acids, it has been shown to promote hormone leptin production, this will help you feel full.
Cottage Cheese with Pineapple
This snack is particularly suitable for anyone with PMS, when desire in a whole new level, Cipullo says. “Cheese and pineapple will give you with enough protein and carbohydrate mixture of salty, sweet, let you meet a period of time,” she said, (with women’s health body clock diet to lose weight after the goal).
Cipullo loves Friendship’s five-ounce single serve cottage cheese with pineapple. “It delivers 12 grams of protein and only 20 grams of carbs, making it ideal for snack time,” she explains. You can also make your own by eating five ounces of cottage cheese with a cup of chopped pineapple on the side.
“Greek yogurt is packed with 20 grams of protein per eight-ounce serving, which takes longer to digest and keeps you full,” says Lydon. Plus, it contains probiotics, which support digestion (bye, bloating).
Mix six ounces of Greek yogurt with a 1/2 cup of fresh fruit for an extra fiber and a satiety boost, says Lydon.
According to the above and healthy snacks, if you feel don’t have to worry about eating snacks will also increase your weight, especially girls, I hope every girl in the case of can eat snacks can achieve the effect that reduce weight again.