Losing weight is one of the toughest and the most time-consuming tasks that needs strong willpower and adamant determination. Those who know how to plan their diet, burn their fat effectively even by keeping themselves full but what about those who do not understand what calories to intake? Usually, it is suggested to divide your meals into six parts, which keeps your hunger in control and also provides enough energy to your body.
Out of these six meal times, three are Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and the other three are in-between snacks which can prolong one’s hunger until the next meal. So, what should you choose as snacks which will neither increase your body fat nor make your stomach rumble?
Here are the 5 easily available snacks that are healthy enough to bring your hunger to rest plus if you eat them you won’t gain weight -”of course, an excess of everything is bad.”
1. Dried Fruits
Dried Fruits include almonds, cashew nuts, apricots, raisins, figs, pistachio etc. these don’t have excessive fatty acids that will be effective in preventing your body to gain unwanted fat.
It is one such healthy food that stops your stomach from rumbling and that too for a very long time. It is good to consume oatmeal at breakfast because it can give you enough energy to last until before lunch. It is much more efficient when you consume it with low-fat yoghurt.
This fruit is consumed by a lot of people who decide to lose weight. It satisfies your hunger and is flavoursome enough to enjoy while you eat it. This fruit tastes bitter-sweet and it has about 23% Vitamin A, 52% Vitamin C and 0% fat.
You can go for chickpeas too. You can boil them and add some salt in it for the desired flavour and consume it as per your needs plus you can roast them a bit to evade from the soft texture to a rather crunchy and interesting one. It has a certain amount of protein too.
The last of all, this snack is light and has fibre and a bit of protein. This won’t, however, make you feel full but it can still keep your mouth running and keep you occupied in believing that you are doing something and eating.