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10 Snacks With Less Than 150kcal - Dimitar Hristov Lifestyle

What Can I Snack ON

that won’t make me fat?

The Ideal Snacks

They  are rich in protein and lower in sugar. You won’t experience increased blood-sugar levels, so you’ll still burn fat. What you snack on and how often can make or break weight loss. Instead of chips and chocolate, try raw carrots, boiled eggs and capsicum. Dip them in low-fat natural yoghurt with a teaspoon of mustard and some chopped chives stirred through.

Caprese Salad

  • 50 grams mozzarella (sliced)
  • 1 large tomato (sliced)
  • 1tsp balsamic vinegar


Arrange alternate slices of tomato and mozzarella cheese decoratively on a serving platter. Sprinkle with salt and black pepper, spread fresh basil leaves over the salad, and drizzle with olive oil and the balsamic reduction.

fruit smoothie
  • Vitamin C 40%

fruit smoothie

Just blend everything together and enjoy!

  • 50g low-fat cottage cheese
  • 10 strawberries (chopped)
  • 20 millilitres skim milk

satisfying snack idea

Why don’t you give this fruit salad a try?
It’s really simple and at the same time provides you with good quality carbs in form of fibre.


  • 1 apple (sliced)
  • 1 peach (sliced)
  • Handful of cherries




Vitamin A

Spicy Muscle Snack
  • 1 container cottage cheese (200g)
  • 1 tsp hot mustard.
Fruit Yogurt
  • One-quarter pineapple and honeydewmelon (both chopped) with low-fat yoghurt.
Cold Treat
  • 2 scoops fruit sorbet or 3 frozen fruit bars.

Protein Snack 1
  • 200g low-fat cream cheese
  • 20ml milk
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • Mix together.
Protein Snack 2
  • 60g low-salt beef jerky or biltong.

Protein Snack 3
  • 100g cooked chicken breast.
Protein Snack 4
  • 200g fresh ham (served on a wholemeal roll with cottage cheese).


What foods will satisfy my hunger?

The trick: foods high in fibre, such as wholemeal products, legumes and vegetables, fill you up.

The higher the energy density (kilojoules per gram) of a food, the less you should eat of it.

Good options: fruit, vegetables, salads and soup.



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