Healthy Snacks for Weight Loss
Tasty 20-Second Snacks
You know skipping a snack could cause you to overeat later, but who has time to whip up a single serving of something nutritious when you’re perpetually 5 minutes late? Before you reach for that 100-calorie pack of crackers, consider this: “The most important thing to look for in a snack is nutrient balance,” says Ashley Koff, RD, a nutrition expert on Lifetime Network’s Love Handles: Couples in Crisis. A snack should pack carbohydrates and protein, as well as healthy fat. These nutritionally balanced bites will tide you over until your next meal and can be ready quicker than you can find your keys.