Hunger types and healthy snacks for every of them

Hunger types and healthy snacks for every of them

Hunger has many faces: one day we could die for something that is sweet, other – for something that is salty. Here are some snacks for different categories of hunger. They will not only satisfy you but will also save your cravings:


Kalamata Olives is a good way to burry your hunger for something salty. Being the oval shape and bold flavor, these salty Greek style olives will give you 10.5 calories per one. Of course that’s without any dripping in olive oil! You can also try peanuts that are filled with heart-healthy monounsaturated fat.  However, make sure you are overdosing — 10 nuts will give you around 160 calories.


When you start dreaming about something crunchy, prepare cut vegetables. Don’t think it’s boring! There are many of them that could go here: cucumbers, asparagus, red peppers, green peppers, carrots, celery, cauliflower, radishes, green beans and etc. You can eat them as much as you want, because vegetables have almost no calories but are high in valuable substances.


Clementines are so juicy and will give you only 35 calories per fruit because of the water that’s inside. These marvelous citrus fruits are a form of mandarin orange and they are available at almost every grocery these days. So, buy and eat three at least to get rid of this type of hunger with a help of this light snack.


Dried fruit is probably the best snack when you dream about something chewy. Though many of us have been in love with apricots, you should also try marvelously sweet and chewy dried mango or papaya slices. However, don’t forget about the calories! Five pieces have around 150 calories, just like 10 rings of dried apple if you want something that is not so sweet.


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