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low-calorie snack

Low-calorie snack (Part II)

Low-calorie snack: In the previous article, we investigated some low-calorie snacks. In this article, we will continue to introduce a number of other snacks containing less than 100 calories.

Low-calorie snack: Smoothies

low-calorie snackFruit smoothies can provide some of the antioxidants and body calcium needed throughout the day. A glass of fruity smoothie contains a cup of low-fat yogurt, fruit puree and ice, which is very useful for the hot summer days and if you do not add sugar, it can be used as a snack consuming low calories. This snack contains:

Saturated fat: 0 g

Sodium: 59 mg

Cholesterol: 2 mg

Low-calorie snack: 3/4 cup of frozen mango

low-calorie snackTo make this sweet snack, you can split the mango into small pieces and place it in a freezer. This snack like sweet and cool candy can make your hot summer moments more appetizing. On the other hand, it’s low in calories. This snack has no saturated fat and cholesterol:

Saturated fat: 0 g

Sodium: 0 mg

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Low-calorie snack: A few small carrots with low-fat fruit yogurt

low-calorie snackCarrot is an excellent source of vitamins A and beta-carotene, while fructose yogurt adds the protein you need for your body to this meal, It contains:

Saturated fat 0.4 g

Sodium: 210 mg

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Low-calorie snack: A few cuts of apples with peanut butter

low-calorie snackMixing sweet and savory tastes for some people is very satisfying. For this purpose, use three-quarters of apples and put a thin layer of peppermint butter on each cut. Do not use more than two tablespoons of peanut butter to have less than 100 calories per serving:

Saturated fat: 0.8 g

Sodium: 2 mg

Cholesterol: 0 mg


Collected by
Dr. Sara Bakhshaei

About Sara Bakhshaei

Sara Bakhshaei
Dr Sara Bakhshaei is a PhD. graduate Agroecologist from the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. She has done researches in some agricultural and health fields such as Plant Ecology, Agroecology, Data Analysis, Crop production, LCA and Pharmaceutical effects of medicinal plants. She completed her researches as an Internship period in IFF institute(Institute of Social Ecology) in Vienna, Austria. Since 2016 she works as a senior researcher at Parsiteb herbal pharmaceutical company. She has 8 years of work experience as a university lecturer in Iran and published more than 100 articles in her research fields. Now she continues her study in the field of Phytomedicine at the Boku University of Vienna.

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