Top 8 Weight Loss Snacks


almonds have the fewest calories per ounce (23 nuts; 6 grams protein, 14 grams fat), followed by cashews (16 to 18 nuts; 5 grams protein, 13 grams fat) and pistachios (49 nuts; 6 grams protein, 13 grams fat).

Cheesy Popcorn

Add a tablespoon of parmesan cheese to three cups of air-popped popcorn for 115 calories, 3 grams of fiber, and 5 grams of protein. Ensure you're eating genuine parmesan by checking the ingredients.

Hummus Crudité

Pair 16 tiny carrots with a spoonful of hummus for a 75-calorie after-work snack to curb pre-dinner hunger. Add sliced raw bell peppers for 200% of the daily vitamin C, cucumbers, celery, or anything else you can think of. Vegetable-hummus combinations are limitless.

Dried Figs's Cynthia Sass, RD, recommended dried figs for a fiber-rich, slow-burning exercise snack. Three grams of fiber per 70 calories in one ounce of dried figs. These are high in potassium, which repairs muscles.

Chocolate Avocado Shake

This 169-calorie milkshake from Skinny Chef Jennifer Iserloh for can replace your nightly Ben & Jerry's. Avocado adds smoothness and healthy fats with a hint of fruitiness, while cocoa powder satisfys your sweet taste. Avocados may lower heart disease risk, according to 2022 research.

Berries in skimmed milk

Antioxidant- and fiber-rich fruits satisfy sweet cravings without sweets or biscuits. For protein, calcium, and vitamin D, drink fat-free milk with one cup of your favorite berries.

Sweet Cottage Cheese

Dieters like this protein powerhouse. recommends mixing a half-cup low-fat cottage cheese with 1 teaspoon of honey, 1 tablespoon of cashews, and a sprinkle of cinnamon for 155 calories and 15 grams of satisfying protein.

Egg Salad

egg salad blends protein and fat. Cut one whole cooked egg and one egg white, then bind with a spoonful of reduced-fat mayo or Greek yogurt. At 145 calories, this piece should fill you up until lunch.

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