Our partners at Be Fit Food have provided us with a great list of protein packed snacks that will keep you fuller for longer and help you maintain a healthy and balanced lifestyle when you’re on the go:
Wondering why protein-rich snacks are so important when you’re trying to lose weight? If you lower your carbohydrate intake and correspondingly increase protein, it will promote greater satiety, resulting in feeling fuller for longer and decreasing hunger levels. This encourages healthy weight loss, whilst maintaining muscle mass.
Our top protein-packed snacks will help you fight your cravings and keep your hunger levels at bay, whilst giving you the energy to smash your day.
How many servings of snacks you can have each day depends on what program you’re on and your level of daily exercise. If you’d like to get in touch with a dietitian for a tailored daily plan that’s perfect just for you, be sure to get in contact with the crew at Be Fit Food.
|High Protein Greek Yoghurt
– Chobani FIT
– Chobani 0.5% Fat
– Dairy Dream Hi Protein Natural Yoghurt (Aldi)
– Procal Icelandic SKYR Plain Yoghurt 0.4% Fat
|These yoghurts are a great source of protein and calcium and contain no added sugar.|
– Musashi Low Carb Protein bar
– Aussie Bodies Lo Carb bars
|Easy on the go snacks; however, they do contain artificial sweeteners which can cause some people gut discomfort/irritability|
|Low Fat Cottage Cheese||100g||Use it as a dip with sliced up carrot, cucumber or capsicum sticks. Refreshing snack and packed full of protein.|
|Cheese||25g||Use sliced cucumber as a base with the slices to substitute a cracker.|
|Low Fat Sliced Ham||100g||Roll some slices of ham up in carrot stick or veggies of your choice for a refreshing an easy snack packed with protein|
|Roasted chicken breast||70g||Very high in protein and is nice to eat cold or to mix with salad 1-2 cups of salad|
|Tuna (in spring water)||100g||Mix with some spinach, shredded lettuce and red onion to make an easy on the go salad.|
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