Want to stick to your diet? Start snacking. It helps control hunger and rein in portion sizes at meals. And don’t worry, it’s supposed to feel indulgent. If a healthy snack isn’t satisfying, you’ll go in search of something that is.
Tara Gidus, R.D., of the American Dietetic Association, says “A snack should fill you up, be reasonably nutritious, and be in the 100- to 200-calorie range.
Kashi Chewy Granola Bars
These are the chewiest bars going (don’t confuse them with other types of Kashi bars — look for “chewy” on the label). They have 130 to 140 calories each, 4 grams of fiber, 5 g of protein, and they’re made with real nuts and whole grains. And they actually taste good.
Frozen Juice Bars