2. Humus and Bell-Pepper Slices
Bell peppers have over three times the vitamin C to be found in oranges and it’s without sugar too, reveals a registered dietitian from Detroit, Tony Stephan. On the opposite, hummus gives you a boost of dietary fibers that are best to stay satiated the whole day with lesser carb intake, further reveals Tony.
Dice half of the bell pepper and add 4 tbsp of hummus with a plus that it has only 8 g of fibrous carbohydrates.
3. Tuna Packets
Tuna is packed with protein, which normalize sugar and insulin level of blood along with slower digestion of food. It ensures that your cells begin to respond to stimuli of sugar with more efficacy by moving it to cells rather than to your body to be stored as fat, reveals Greenfield. Moreover, factually, it’s carb-free as well.
4. Peanut Butter and Celery
This dynamically formed combo is super easy with two celery stalks being topped with peanut butter equal to about 2 tbsp. The dual only makes up 5g of carbs and the plus point is peanut butter’s proteins and healthy fats get balanced perfectly with celery’s water and fiber content to keep you energized and feel satiated throughout the day.
Lesser calorie intake and more energy, isn’t it a wise trade to go for?