18 Healthy Snacks to Treat Yourself

It’s important to plan ahead and always have nutritious, healthy snacks on hand to boost your metabolism, provide you with energy and help you to stay on target with your healthy eating plan and weight loss goals. Here are a few that I enjoy and  recommend:

  1. Raw or Natural Nuts & Seeds (toss them with different herbs and spices such as chili powder, cinnamon, parika, curry powder, etc.) baked or raw
  2. Easy Guacamole (mash together avocado with fresh lime juice, a dash of salt, and a dash of smoked paprika) served with Brown Rice Crackers or Raw Veggies
  3. Handful of frozen berries to enjoy
  4. Homemade healthy smoothie
  5. Can of Tuna (mix 1 can tuna with 1 tsp EVO oil, 1 tbsp Lemon Juice, and served with Mary’s Crackers or Raw Veggies
  6. Sea snax, pickles or olives for salty cravings
  7. Homemade Veggie Chips (Beet, Kale or Chickpea)
  8. Nut butter of choice with celery sticks or half a cut apple
  9. Steamed Edamame Beans with Sea Salt
  10. Hard Boiled Egg
  11. Rolled oats soaked in ½ cup of unsweetened nut milk with handful of pumpkin seeds and berries
  12. Wild smoked salmon wrapped over cucumber slices
  13. Cup of soup
  14. Bowl of berries
  15. Coconut Yogurt with fresh berries, nuts and seeds of choice and and a few pomegranate seeds
  16. Beef jerky sticks
  17. Healthy protein bars low in sugar ie Vega, Simply, Keto
  18. Flavoured water, herbal teas, Dandy blend

Marsha Fenwick, C.N.P.  R.R.T.

Marsha is not your typical nutritionist. She began her career 20 years ago as a Registered Respiratory Therapist. Later, she earned her certifications as a Registered Nutritional Consultant Practitioner, Certified Nutritional Practitioner, and Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner. Marsha is also a Certified Cancer Coach. Her clinical practice specializes in: sustainable healthy weight loss, digestive health, women's hormones, diabetes, heart health, and cancer prevention and recovery. For more information and to book a FREE 15 minute consultation go to Marsha Fenwick Nutrition.