01/14Snacks that keep you looking like a ‘snack’!

Snacks that keep you looking like a ‘snack’!

Your everyday diet could be carefully curated and watertight. But it means zilch if you don’t have your snacking habit in control. One unhealthy snack could entirely ruin the efforts you took to eat clean for all meals, which is why every dietician or nutritionist worth his salt will either ask you to give up snacks altogether or alternate them with healthier options. But let's be honest, giving up on snacking completely isn't the most viable option. Not everyone can control their cravings all the time which is why it's better to opt for healthier options instead. Take a look at this list of healthy snacks that your dietician would definitely approve of.


02/14Peanut butter

Peanut butter

High in fibres and protein and low in calories, peanut butter makes for a perfectly healthy snack. Team it with a bunch of fruits like apples and bananas or spread it on some toast if you fancy that. Either way, it'll be a lot healthier than any junk you consume.


03/14Protein shake

Protein shake

They make for the perfect snack post your workout session. All you need is some protein powder and some water to make your own mix. And the best part is that you can carry this anywhere you want so you'll have a snack ready to consume on the go.




An apple a day might keep the doctor away but it also happens to be able to do a lot more than that. “It’s loaded with pectin to help keep you feeling full, and there are plenty of varieties for your taste,” says a nutritionist. You could also team it with some peanut butter for some added taste.


05/14Kale chips

Kale chips

Craving for some chips? Say no to unhealthy saturated fats and yes to something healthy like kale chips. “Kale chips are a wonderful substitute for other high-calorie, unhealthy snack foods like cookies, potato chips, or candy, which can contain more than 300 calories per serving,” says a nutritionist and we couldn't agree more.


06/14Greek yogurt and mixed berries

Greek yogurt and mixed berries

Plain Greek yogurt and berries make a delicious, nutrient-dense snack. In addition to being a great source of calcium and potassium, Greek yogurt is also high in protein Berries are one of the best sources of antioxidants around. Eat a mixture of differently colored berries to get an array of these powerful compounds.


07/14Cucumber slices with hummus

Cucumber slices with hummus

Cucumber and hummus go well together. Cucumbers contain cucurbitacin E, a compound that may have anticancer effects. Hummus is made from chickpeas, olive oil, and garlic, which reduce inflammation and may improve heart health


08/14Pre-popped popcorn

Pre-popped popcorn

These pre-popped popcorn bags give you healthy whole grains that you can munch on whenever you want. They're low in calories and are chock-full of antioxidants like polyphenols which is why they make for the ideal snack.


09/14Plain oatmeal

Plain oatmeal

Oatmeal is one of the healthiest snacks out there that you can opt for. It’s healthy and tasty. However, if plain oatmeal isn't really for you then you could always add some nuts or berries to it to enhance its flavour.




Cheese is rather good for health but only if consumed in small portions though. Be it mozzarella, cheddar or feta cheese, you can consume any type you like as long as you limit the portion sizes.