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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby JohnKG » Thu Jan 13, 2011 2:13 pm

exsanguinator wrote:
Zackn wrote:in my opinion snakes is not a healthy diet when you feel hungry eat any natural fruits like banana its is much healthy then any snacks


That sounds suspiciously like a snack.


:lol: Guess it depends on the size of the banana?
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby discoowl » Mon Feb 14, 2011 9:54 pm

what was the average lifespan of a typical hunter - gatherer again? 8)


I go with a mix of: pumkin seeds, almonds, walnuts, brazil nuts, sultanas and dates

fresh carrots, cucumbers, apples, bananas, oranges (or any other seasonal fruit)

eggs

tuna / salmon / mackarel / sardines


put all those things together and blend into a paste :geek:
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby timbercutter » Sat Mar 19, 2011 9:40 am

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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby JayDeeHero » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:46 am

Whenever I can, I try and eat a protein filled breakfast, a pill of fish oil in the morning, and at least a whole fruit like a papaya or something. Whenever I can't grab a healthy lunch, I snack on unsalted almonds, little blueberries and bananas. Dinner is also pretty huge. From what I can remember, it's healthier to more per day with less per serving than the opposite, but you guys could correct me if otherwise.
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby MikeRoger » Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:28 am

Apples with penut butter is my favorite . And I love pear with low fat ricotta cheese. A cup of non fat greek yogurt is another good option, Also, almonds are delicious,and apples with almond butter are yummy. :D
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby Fearless6691 » Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:46 pm

exsanguinator wrote:
Zackn wrote:in my opinion snakes is not a healthy diet when you feel hungry eat any natural fruits like banana its is much healthy then any snacks


That sounds suspiciously like a snack.

Yeah I don't eat Snakes either bra
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby MikeRoger » Sat Jul 02, 2011 12:39 am

I like to snack on cucumbers, boiled soybeans, carrots, nuts, and handy fruits (apples, plums, pears, prunes, grapes, etc).
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby discoowl » Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:37 pm

^ boiled soy beans? :lol: go back to russia
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby Nigelthegreat » Sat Jul 09, 2011 12:29 am

I've been snacking on Quinoa mixed with cut vegtables lately. Quinoa more so goes with a meal but a great snack, it's a natural source of complete protien. I'm also big on snacking on a granola bar.
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby lostsoul4012 » Fri Oct 28, 2011 10:34 am

I haven't seen it mentioned, but I LOVE chick peas (garbanzo beans). Especially when you make hummus. Its got a little bit of olive oil in it, but other than that, it's pretty healthy. With the recipe I go by, it has about 30 calories per tbsp, but I usually get by with a tablespoon and a half and 6 whole wheat crackers or pretzels. Also love almonds and dried fruit other than the dried banana chips. My unhealthy side has a weakness for Cheez-its for some reason, lol. But I try not to buy them.

Has anyone had arugula? I keep seeing it in recipes and some cooking show my fiancee watches. People put it in every salad now but I've never had it.
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby mcpoopants » Tue Nov 08, 2011 3:58 pm

Milkshakes, made with banana plus strawberry jam and ice, or I will fry up some mushrooms but last time I did I threw my guts up, so it will be awhile until I eat them, or the doritos they were combined with again
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby ndizzle » Sun Jan 22, 2012 5:02 am

lostsoul4012 wrote:I haven't seen it mentioned, but I LOVE chick peas (garbanzo beans). Especially when you make hummus. Its got a little bit of olive oil in it, but other than that, it's pretty healthy. With the recipe I go by, it has about 30 calories per tbsp, but I usually get by with a tablespoon and a half and 6 whole wheat crackers or pretzels. Also love almonds and dried fruit other than the dried banana chips. My unhealthy side has a weakness for Cheez-its for some reason, lol. But I try not to buy them.

Has anyone had arugula? I keep seeing it in recipes and some cooking show my fiancee watches. People put it in every salad now but I've never had it.


I made some Hummus earlier,heard aboit it its not bad,ate with some crackers. Pineapples and oranges is what i always snack on
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby Fearless6691 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 3:52 pm

ndizzle wrote:
lostsoul4012 wrote:I haven't seen it mentioned, but I LOVE chick peas (garbanzo beans). Especially when you make hummus. Its got a little bit of olive oil in it, but other than that, it's pretty healthy. With the recipe I go by, it has about 30 calories per tbsp, but I usually get by with a tablespoon and a half and 6 whole wheat crackers or pretzels. Also love almonds and dried fruit other than the dried banana chips. My unhealthy side has a weakness for Cheez-its for some reason, lol. But I try not to buy them.

Has anyone had arugula? I keep seeing it in recipes and some cooking show my fiancee watches. People put it in every salad now but I've never had it.


I made some Hummus earlier,heard aboit it its not bad,ate with some crackers. Pineapples and oranges is what i always snack on

Hummus creeps me out
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby mcpoopants » Wed Feb 01, 2012 4:07 pm

Almond butter
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Re: Favorite Healthy Snacks

Postby ballsmcgee » Mon May 28, 2012 12:46 pm

So, I recently started making my own cliff bar rip offs. It's nice because it's cheap as fuck, not nearly as time consuming/difficult as you might think, and you can completely tailor the nutrition to what you want.
The last batch I made has 38g carbs (18g sugr, 5g fiber), 10.5g fat, 10g protein, at ~290 calories per bar. All ingredients are organic, hippie-dippie goodness and cost less than 50 cents ber bar.
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