Greek yogurt with berrie- Greek yogurt offers a balanced protein-carb-fat trifecta, which helps keep your blood sugar levels stable.
Edamame- Edamame is like a perfectly balanced snack in its own natural package. These whole immature soybeans are available shelled, in the pod, fresh or frozen depending on your snacking needs.
Beef or chicken jerky- It’s easy to take on the go, requires no clean-up, and offers filling protein for very few carbs.
Medjool dates stuffed with walnuts or nut butter- Medjool dates are naturally sweet with no added sugar and a low glycemic index.
Hard-boiled egg- one or two eggs for a complete (and filling) source of protein
Cottage cheese with tomatoe- Top 1/2 cup of cottage cheese with a whole sliced tomato for a healthy dose of protein, fat, and calcium.
Cheese crisp- Whisps Cheese Crisps are made from 1 ingredient: 100% real, artisanal cheese, and have 100-110 calories and 6-9 grams of protein per single serving snack pack, says Pincus.