6 Easy Ways To Make Healthy Snacks At Home


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So, you want to be healthy but have no effing idea where to begin from. Making healthy snacks is not that difficult if you can differentiate from what is healthy and what’s not. You should also be able to control yourselves from unhealthy snacking when the hunger strikes at an odd hour, unlike a kid who gives in to the temptations so easily.

How To Make Healthy Snacks At Home

Here are a few ways, not recipes, that you should start incorporating in your diet and especially your snack food. If you manage to stick to them, you will be able to see positive and healthy changes in your body in no time and you wouldn’t want to resort to your bad snacking habits.

1. Go nuts

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Not literally! If you want to know how to make healthy snacks at home, just add nuts to your diet. Pistachios, almonds, peanuts, and macadamia nuts are some of the healthy options. Put them in your salad or add these to your protein mix. Carry a box full of them to everywhere you go so you don’t resort to unhealthy snacking.

Read More: 8 Protein Snack-Packs On The Go

2. Add fiber

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Fiber is necessary for a healthy gut. If you detest salads, then you need to change your attitude. Salads are not boring if you know how to make them interesting. Feta cheese, avocado, figs, nuts, and chickpeas are just some of the dynamite salad components. You can even add lean meat if you are a hardcore non-vegetarian. If you are trying to lose weight, you will have to resort to salads anyway. So, why not make it interesting?

3. Superfood is your new Super Power

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Ever heard of chia seeds, quinoa, flax seeds or kale? If not, you need to update your snack vocabulary. Superfood is an umbrella term used for all the food items that pose healthy benefits which includes your avocado too. The best thing about superfoods is that they can be easily incorporated into your diet without much hassle or hard work. So, if you want to consume healthy snacks, you better introduce yourself to superfoods.

 

4. Say Cheese

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The benefits of cheese are galore like its types. It may be a fatty product, but it is one of the highest sources of protein. It also contains a good amount of essential vitamins, phosphorus, and zinc. Don’t even get us started on how good it is for the health of your skin and hair. Mozzarella, blue cheese, Swiss, Gouda, you can make so many healthy snacks at home using any of these cheese.

Read More: What To Eat To Get Skinny

 

5. Wheat is your problem?

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Bad puns aside, wheat is not as healthy as one would think. Wheat is a source of gluten that is responsible for bloating, diarrhea, skin problems, and even depressions. This is why more people are switching to a gluten-free diet these days. This does not mean you have to give up cupcakes and croissants. Replace wheat flour with buckwheat flour, barley, or amaranth. These are healthy and do not pose any risk to your health.

 

6. No Sugar, Honey 

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Sugar is the enemy of healthy snacking. The reason why most of us have a difficult time giving it up is that we are addicted to it. If you want to cook healthy snacks, give up High Fructose Corn Syrup and replace it with healthy alternatives like honey, maple syrup, agave, or stevia. Those energy bars you buy at the counter or cereals you think are healthy are actually not. These things are full of trans fat which is detrimental for your health. You can easily make granola bars at home. So, why buy?

Healthy snacking is part of a healthy lifestyle. After all, you are what you eat. Don’t give yourself to gluttony. Take charge and live a healthy and happy life.


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