19. Kale Fries
If you’re craving some French fries, treat your body to a healthier alternative: kale fries. They are packed with nutrients and vitamins, and a hearty serving will contain no more than 9 grams of carbs.
20. Ham & Pineapple
Treat yourself to a tropical delight by simply slicing up some pieces of ham and little pineapple chunks, will you check skewer onto toothpicks. They will make a great snack for children and even adults will love the flavorful punch!
Apples are brimming with vitamins and fiber, and they pack up an incredibly low density of calories and carbs. Sliced apples make a great post-lunch snack to help you satiate your hunger until it’s time for dinner.
You can always pair them up with some peanut butter, or devour them in a sweet sugar-free dessert recipe.
Nuts are the perfect snack to keep at your desk for they truly act like energizers that will replenish your energy reserves every time you feel the onset of that post-lunch fatigue.
We urge you to stock up some almonds, walnuts and unsalted peanuts, however, consume mindful portions as nuts are always packed with carbs and calories.
Experts recommend a quarter cup serving a day to make sure you don’t lose track of the calories you have consumed.
All nutrition information for the foods listed in this article is from the USDA Foods Database