Roasted seaweed snack
Sodium: 50mg, Calories: 30, Total fat: 2g
Seaweed isn't just what you eat when you go out for sushi, it's also a healthy snack! The sea plant can help boost your iodine levels (goiters can happen if you're low on this) and improves the health of your gut. "This has very few calories (30)," Lawes adds. "It's also very low in sodium (50mg)." And it's a crunchy snack that's better for you than double-fisting Pringles, as delightful as that sounds.
Five Seed Almond Bars
Calories: 110, Total fat: 4.5g, Sugar: 8g
While these are called bars, they are technically cookies. And cookies are usually filled with sugar, but Lawes says that you could get away with eating these for breakfast. "Considering it's a cookie, it's great that it only has 8g of sugar, which is a small amount, and it's decently sized." TJ's also likes to boast that the bars contain omega-3's. Remember how you were so excited about omega-3's a few paragraphs ago because they help you with weight loss and fighting inflammation? Get psyched again!
Unsweetened apple sauce
Total fat: 0g, Sugar: 11g, Added sugar: 0g
While Lawes says it's best to just eat a plain apple if you want a snack, apple sauce is another good option. And while it might be tempting to buy the cinnamon or wild berry apple sauce cups, resist the temptation! The unsweetened apple sauce, which comes in a reusable glass jar, is lower in sugar, and thus, healthier! She recommends sprinkling on some cinnamon for an added kick. And afterwards if you want to hurt yourself for the joy of the internet, you can also take that flavoring and do the Cinnamon Challenge.