Put your diet back on track with these smart choices—no refrigeration (or guilt) required. Here are 10 snacks perfect for the office that are only 150 calories or less!
Starbucks Tall Caffe Latte With 2% Milk
Almonds pack fiber, and studies have shown that dieters who eat them shed more weight and fat than those who don’t. Nosh on a few and you’re also doing your heart and skin a favor, too.
20 Mini Marshmallows or Half a Hershey’s Special Dark Bar
Dark chocolate can help fight ab flab (possibly by lowering stress hormones—a bonus if you’re snacking before an annoying afternoon meeting), and fluffy ‘mallows will sate your sweet tooth.
2 Tbsp Better ‘n Peanut Butter & 4 Stalks Celery
First, you’re eating peanut butter. And celery helps fight cellulite. Guess that makes this snack a win-win?
Cranberry SoyJoy Bar
We know, we know: The holidays are over, who wants more cranberries? But these little gems have a high amount of antioxidants for fighting disease and are a great source of dietary fiber, ideal for digestion. We’re sold. (A little tip: If your office has a microwave, heat this puppy up for 20 seconds for a warm treat).
One Subway Egg White and Cheese Muffin Melt
We feel like there’s practically a Subway on every block these days, so make the House That Jared Built work for you come snack time. This on-the-go sandwich features eggs, a superfood that’s rich in choline, a compound that helps block fat absorption.
1/3 Cup Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Cranberry & Nut Trail Mix
Trail mix can be a worst offender when it comes to added sugar—just a handful of some mixes is like eating an entire candy bar! But we like this combo because of its whole nuts (almonds for protein, cashews for magnesium, cranberries for antioxidants) and zero frivolous additions.
21 EatSmart Naturals Garden Veggie Crisps
Satisfy your salty craving with these wicked crunchy chips: Each serving has fewer than 1 g saturated fat.
1 Cup Apple Chips
Apples are a superfood known for slimming superpowers, so grab one on your way to work and eat it before lunch to save cals come mealtime. But we also love these DIY apple chips that are sweet ‘n tasty—perfect for a little 3 p.m. pick-me-up. (Too lazy to make your own? #Nojudgment—buy ‘em instead.)
This great Food & diet artice was by JD Rinne from Self.com
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