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    Snack Foods

    So I need some more variety. I'm curious as to what everyone eats for snacks.

    Here's some of my snacks:
    • Lowfat cottage cheese
    • Almonds/Walnut/Pistachios
    • Rice cakes


    I know you guys have to have some good snacking foods.
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    Yesterday I found myself munching on fresh garden peas; still in their pod, the time taken to shell the peas as I munched them meant that I assuaged my hunger over some time while taking in only a small amount of calories and all the benefits of fresh vegetables (technically: fruit?)

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    Grapes
    cherries
    banana
    yoghurt
    all healthy and tasty
    Or do the old trick of drinking water an wait 20 mins

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    Quote Originally Posted by OptikaNET View Post
    Yesterday I found myself munching on fresh garden peas; still in their pod, the time taken to shell the peas as I munched them meant that I assuaged my hunger over some time while taking in only a small amount of calories and all the benefits of fresh vegetables (technically: fruit?)

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    Actually I LOVE snap peas...raw. So I can't really argue that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrwright View Post
    Grapes
    cherries
    banana
    yoghurt
    all healthy and tasty
    Or do the old trick of drinking water an wait 20 mins
    Love fruit, but have to watch how much sugars I'm taking in. I usually eat 2 or so bananas after my workout. Can't stand yogurt, but I like skyr (non-fat, high protein).

    As for the water trick, that doesn't net me any calories. If I'm hungry, my body is telling me I need food.
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    Nuts are good. I keep a bag of red-skin (unsalted) peanuts in my desk drawer at work and tend to have a couple of handfuls in between meals. They go well with coffee!

    High fat but that's not necessarily a bad thing (it's monounsaturated fat), and high protein too. Also much cheaper than other nuts...

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    Couple spoonfuls of peanut butter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjwood View Post
    Nuts are good. I keep a bag of red-skin (unsalted) peanuts in my desk drawer at work and tend to have a couple of handfuls in between meals. They go well with coffee!

    High fat but that's not necessarily a bad thing (it's monounsaturated fat), and high protein too. Also much cheaper than other nuts...
    I usually have almonds or pistachios somewhere. Ran out at work. Need to refill the stash.

    Quote Originally Posted by utefaninutah View Post
    Couple spoonfuls of peanut butter.
    Love PB. Just have to watch which PB you get. I'm a fan of the natural kind. Two ingredients: peanuts & salt. Just don't go overboard.
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    High protein snacks

    When i'm short on time i'll tuck-in to a 185g tin of dolphin-free tuna.
    It's high in protein and is packed with healthy oils like Omega 3.
    Other than that it's fruit all the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaunRS90 View Post
    When i'm short on time i'll tuck-in to a 185g tin of dolphin-free tuna.
    It's high in protein and is packed with healthy oils like Omega 3.
    Other than that it's fruit all the way.
    I like mine with a little extra dolphin in it. I have a backup stash of canned pink salmon and tuna at work. I tried canned chicken, but it smells and tastes awful.
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