The Healthy Treats To Support Weight Loss

1. Avocado Dip

Avocados are a healthy source of monounsaturated fats, and an excellent

fountain of other vitamins and minerals. That’s why an avocado dip is always

a great idea when you need an easy, DIY snack. And try adding some other

amazing fruits: goji berries, which are high in both vitamin C and fiber. And try

giving it a squeeze of lime, for the perfect flavor!

2. Hard Boiled Eggs


Eggs are an important source of protein and they’re the best option for breakfast,

lunch or dinner. But if you’re looking for a bit of a zing in your meal, try adding

some chili sauce. And keep this in mind: eggs will help you preserve your muscle

mass while dieting.

3. Popcorn

It is not only the most popular movie snack, but also one of the healthiest

ones. If you choose the regular kind, you will only ingest 30 calories per cup.

And if you love snacking on popcorn almost every night, you could change

things up a bit by choosing rice cakes from time to time.

4. Watermelon


What is more delicious that having some watermelon on a hot, summer’s

day? Maybe adding some balsamic vinegar!? It may sound odd, but this

amazing recipe is easy to make and will not look like your typical salad

dressing. For more kick, try adding some aged vinegar, which will taste more

like a syrup.

5. Apple and walnut treats

If you crave for some warm homemade apple pie at the end of a long, hard

day, we’ve got just the perfect recipe for you.  You just have to put some

apples and walnuts in a baking tray and leave them in the oven for about 30

minutes. Oh, and don’t forget to sprinkle some cinnamon on top for some

extra indulgence on your taste buds.

6. Peanuts and Chocolate


Who doesn’t love chocolate or peanuts? Unfortunately, many people run from

them while dieting, but they do make for some highly nutritional snacks. As

long as you choose dark chocolate and stick to a few pieces… you’ll do just

fine. And remember that peanuts are great for their fatty contents!

7. Peanut Butter

This breakfast staple is a great way to start your day! So get your carbs and

proteins early with a magic combo made up of natural peanut butter and

Ezekiel bread, which is loaded with fiber.

8. Cottage Cheese


If you’re looking for high amount of protein and minimum calories, cottage

cheese is as healthy as snacks can be. Or you can try some Greek yoghurt

for some change of taste!

9. Pistachios

Pistachios are a great addition to your diet. They are addictive, but they make

for some healthy snacks when eaten in small portions. Add in pomegranate

seeds to add some extra freshness to the mix.

10. Pineapple

Pineapple contains many vitamins and minerals vital for a healthy body. But

have you ever tried it with sea salt? Well, it makes a great snack if you add

some lemon zest as well. Yum!

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