Almonds Eat them plain, with dried fruit and dark chocolate, or on an apple with almond butter.
Grapefruit Grapefruit's health advantages don't need a diet. Grapefruit does not help you lose weight.
Chickpeas Keep chickpeas in your pantry for cravings. The meaty texture, nutty taste, and satiating fiber and protein make them ideal for weight watchers.
Grapes To fulfill your sweet desire, taste grapes individually and leisurely despite their inherent sugar content.
Chocolate Losing weight doesn't mean losing up favorite meals. Little snacks may be the key to weight management.
Popcorn High-fiber popcorn has some protein. One-ounce (three cups) of air-popped popcorn includes 110 calories, 4 grams of fiber.
Yogurt As a snack, yogurt can satisfy nutritional deficits. Fruit-based yogurt provides fiber, calcium, protein, and gut-healthy prebiotics and probiotics.
Hummus Hummus with fresh bell peppers, celery, and carrot sticks will satisfy your appetite.
Oatmeal Oatmeal is usually eaten for breakfast, but a little bowl provides a substantial, tasty snack.
Dried Fruit Dried fruit is portable and healthy. Weight control is easier with fruit's satisfying fiber and vitamins and minerals.