Nutritionists Eat

Contrary to conventional wisdom, the best way to lose weight during a diet is not to deprive you and starve you but to eat to your hunger, as long as it comes to healthy products. If you experience cramps during the day, it does not mean you lose weight, it's a sign that it's time to have a snack!

Many nutritionists say that eating healthy snacks and diets is the best way to achieve your goals without making any mistakes and without wanting to throw you on fatty and sweet products. Kara Lydon, a recognized American nutritionist, says snacking prevents overeating during meals and helps to stabilize weight.

Nibbling refers here to snacks having a high protein and fiber content which facilitate the feeling of satiety while helping to fight against cravings for junk food. The main thing is to vary the pleasures so as not to get bored and lose weight effectively. Here are some healthy snack ideas, inexpensive and easy to prepare at home.

Slices of apples and hummus

The apple contains carbohydrates and the chickpeas are rich in vegetable protein and fiber, which ensures a sufficient energy intake. This process stabilizes the insulin level and avoids the production of ghrelin, the hormone of appetite.

Goat's milk yogurt and a handful of walnuts

The high protein content of yogurt and the essential nutrients in the nuts make you feel full and stabilize blood glucose levels.

Note that the nuts are rich in essential omega 3 which facilitate the production of leptin, the hormone of satiety.

Cheese Cottage with sheep's milk and fresh pineapple

This sweet-salty mixture containing 150 grams of cheese and 150 grams of pineapple is ideal because it only provides 20 grams of carbohydrates and 12 grams of protein. It helps to calm your hunger while waiting for the next meal.

Pistachios

A handful of pistachios is able to satisfy you for hours because about thirty contains 100 calories and represents a necessary intake of fibers and proteins.

Pop corn

Eating 3 cups of popcorn is equivalent to 100 calories. This high fiber and phosphorus snack can be enhanced with cinnamon for the sweet side or Mexican spices for the more spicy side!

Edamame

These are small beans from Japan that are tasted as such. A serving of 250 g of edamame corresponds to 190 calories, 17 g of protein, 8 g of fiber and promotes satiety.

Peanut butter and bananas

This snack is very practical because it is simple to prepare and is consumed everywhere; You just need a spoonful of peanut butter and a small banana. The combination of fiber and carbohydrates will allow you to feel full while maintaining your energy level.

Carrot sticks and goat milk yogurt

The carbohydrates contained in carrots and proteins from yogurt make it a healthy and balanced snack. These two elements provide a sense of long-term satiety and decrease the risk of hyperglycemia. Simply soak 125 g of carrots in 60 g of yogurt.

Rusks with Smoked Salmon and Hummus

To make you happy, prepare a snack based on two whole grain cereal rusks, 60 g of smoked salmon and 2 tablespoons of hummus. The proteins contained in the salmon and the carbohydrates of the rusks bring energy while the essential fat of the hummus accelerates the satiety.

Sweet potatoes with ricotta and cinnamon

Sweet potato provides an intake of carbohydrates, fiber and potassium while ricotta is a source of protein. Season the whole with a little cinnamon to enhance the taste.

A potato accompanied by yogurt with sheep's milk and salsa sauce

If you want to savor salty, opt for half a baked potato accompanied by 80 g of yogurt and 60 g of salsa. This snack is rich in protein, fiber and carbohydrates and ensures the same calorie intake as a handful of nuts.

Rusk with avocado and goat cheese

For your afternoon snack, spread goat cheese on two whole grain cereal rusks and arrange avocado slices. This is the perfect combination for energy, fiber and protein.



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