Do your large hunger pangs have drastic ramifications on your health? Here are some healthy diet snacks that can help you.

Healthy Diet Snacks

The escalation in high-calorie, high-fat, or high-sugar consumables in the food market tempts us to risk the possibilities of obesity, high cholesterol and cardiac arrests. You may nod your head when encountered with the phrase – “everything that’s good is bad”. How very true! Who wouldn’t binge on French Fries and Hot Chocolate Fudge Ice Cream Sundays all day if not for the fear of clogged arteries and so on. No doubt, a balanced and healthy snack is an important constituent of one’s regular diet. Don’t just grab the closest edible thing once hunger strikes. Ponder over the levels of protein, carbohydrates and fat before you feast! Drink sufficient water throughout the day not only for hydration but to appropriately satiate your hunger pangs.  Hit the grocery store and pick a bunch of vegetables and energy rich eatables. Now, visit your kitchen and fix a healthy diet snack in a matter of minutes. Here are some healthy diet snacks that will trim down the number of trips made to the doctor.

Ideas And Recipes For Healthy Diet Snacks 

You will find the microwave popcorn packets in any supermarket around the corner. It’s inexpensive and takes less than ten minutes to get completely ‘pop-ed’. It’s extremely high in fiber and low in calories. However, remember not to saturate it in butter or salt which could simply render the snack unhealthy. Turn the box around and look for the sodium and fat content, as this varies from brand to brand.

Almonds, Walnuts And Every Other Nut
A handful of nuts can perform miracles in the workings of your body. Its high content of monosaturated fat helps clear your arteries and avoid heart ailments. Nuts rank high in Vitamin E, fiber and magnesium content. Also, it fills you up rather quick, thus eliminating the need for more munchies!

Whole Grain Snacks
Replace your regular white bread with brown bread and observe the difference in body weight over the span of a few months.  Brown bread is incredibly fibrous and equally tasty. Special whole-grain pretzels and crackers make for great health snacks as they contain fewer calories. Oatmeal is a good option for snack-time eating as well.

Low Fat Yogurt
An 8-ounce cup of yogurt generally contains 2-3 grams of fat and around 150 calories. This is a much better snack food option than something like ice cream.

Fruit Salad


  • 1 or 2 Apples
  • Sliced Strawberries
  • Sliced Pineapples
  • Tiny Papaya Chunks
  • 2 ½ Bananas
  • 200 ml Fat Free Cream
  • 1 tbsp Honey
  • Grab a bowl large enough to serve the number of mouths you intend to feed.
  • Slice and dice the apples into fine pieces and toss them into the bowl.
  • Wash the strawberries and cut each into four luscious bits. Drop these into the bowl and ensure that there is a good balance between the apples and strawberries.
  • Add the chunks of papaya, pineapple slices and banana slices into the bowl and mix.
  • Layer the mixture of fruits with fat free cream and stir thoroughly with a tablespoon.
  • Sprinkle this with honey to make up for the lack of sugar.

Peanut Butter and Jam Sandwich 


  • Smooth or Chunky Peanut Butter
  • Fruit Jam
  • Brown Bread
  • Bananas (optional)
  • Bread Knife 
  • Take two slices of brown bread.
  • Apply a thin layer of peanut butter. Although healthy, peanut butter still contains quite a few calories. So don’t overdo it!
  • Add a little fruit jam to this spread.
  • Slice a few bananas and place them in between the two slices, if you wish to do so.
  • Foil your sandwiches to keep then soft and yummy.

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