The Top 7 Healthy Snacks Under 100 Calories:

When beginning any type of weight loss regimen, it is essentially important to have a strategy for your diet and exercise program. Oftentimes it is much more affordable to create an environment where the food you eat has been selected because it is conducive to your weight loss program. Even though it may seem to be a great option, especially if you are a little lazy, buying store meals or utilizing online food delivery options will become increasingly expensive over a short period of time.

The easiest and simplest way to fill your day with smart choices is to stock your refrigerator and pantry with snack selections that will automatically be aligned with your diet. The moment you feel hungry you will find that these snacks are an easy and inexpensive solution to help maintain your diet and your figure. In contrast, if you still have unhealthy snacks, such as potato chips, candy bars, and pop tarts, you will begin to blow to gain weight a very fast and steady pace. The following 7 selections are some of the top healthy snacks that will fit in your diet and perfectly into your budget.

Hard Boiled Eggs.

Coming in under 100 calories is a couple of hard boiled eggs. It is jam packed with nutrition and eggs have a way of curbing your appetite, sometimes for several hours. Eggs contain healthy fats- monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and they are very high in protein which is great for your body. Hard boiled eggs contain vitamins that help to support your bones and protect your eyesight.  These healthy fats help to stabilize your blood cholesterol and lower your chance of having heart disease in the future. You can boil them up and refrigerate them to eat later when you are on the go.

Hard Boiled Eggs

Oatmeal.

A half cup of oatmeal is sure to be satisfaction for your stomach. Oatmeal is one of the easiest things to be prepare and can easily be dressed up or dressed down. You can cook in the pot or you can microwave it for quick results. Either way, oatmeal is an extremely healthy choice. You can couple your oatmeal with blood sugar friendly cinnamon for a scrumptious snack. Oatmeal is another snack that is known to kill a raging appetite. It is also good to eat it first thing in the morning. It will give you a full feeling for many hours, effectively reducing your overall calorie intake.

Oatmeal

Almonds.

A handful of almonds are nutritious and delicious. Almonds, just like eggs, are a great protein punch. Almonds are known to be very healthy for the heart, and is a great substitute for the “bad” carbohydrates such as bread, pasta, and other processed foods. So instead of reaching for chips, cake or brownies, try a handful of almonds. Before you know it, you will be incorporating nuts into your salads, crusts, and creating interesting trail mixes.

Almonds

Baby carrots with dip.

Carrots are always a sweet vegetable treat whether they are cooked or raw. The best way to eat them, if you want the greatest nutrients, it to eat it in its raw form. Also the vitamin A that is in carrots do a great to protect your eyesight. Take 8-10 baby carrots and pair them with a low carbohydrate dip. Many times ranch has a very low amount of carbs. There are also other no carb and low carb dips that you can purchase. Just check your labels before purchasing and use dips sparingly so that you will not inadvertently increase your calorie intake much higher than it should be. Hummus also make a great dip selection . This combination will help you fight cravings for other junk food choices.

Baby carrots with dip

Cheerios.

1 Cup of Cheerios will take you a very long way. I know that most often, we think of Cheerios as a snack for small children. But, who put an age limitation on this cereal? Cheerios are for all age groups. If you want a fulfilling snack a cup of cheerios will do just that. It is full of whole-grains to boot, which is great for digestion, so have at it! This definitely beats sugar laden snacks and sweets.

Cheerios

Raisin Bread.

Raisin bread is a sweet and health morning snack, which tasted more like a treat than a snack. Be sure to eat the whole grain variety. You can eat this as it is from the pack or toast it up. Adding a little dap of butter to your toast will enrich the flavor and make the experience and even tastier one. Raisin bread is about 85 calories per calories per slice, so do not overdo on this one. Fortunately, bread is always a filling option, especially after you chase it down with a glass of water.

Raisin Bread

Yummy Smoothie with Berries.

How do you spell amazing? S-M-O-O-T-H-I-E ! Drinking smoothies is a wonderful way to pack maximum nutrition all in one place. Smoothies can be all fruit, all veggie, or a smart mix of both for a wonderful, fulfilling snack or meal. The best way to keep down calories in your smoothie, if you are using it as a snack, is to choose berried that are low in calories. These berries can be combined with a little honey for a little sweetness. You can also mix in about half of one banana. This will produce a nice creamy, pleasant tasting smoothie combination that will keep you full for long periods of time. It is especially useful if you do not want or do not feel like preparing anything. Just pick up your cup and start sipping away, while you continue to pursue your weight loss goals. Anytime you are unsure of what to eat, research a few veggies and fruit combination for a satisfying mix of protein, vitamins, and minerals. A mix like this will be hard to beat.

Yummy Smoothie with Berries