Whether you’re doing my 7-Day Added Sugar Detox or just looking for healthy snack ideas, I got you! Below are a few of my go-to snacks that are low in sugar and high in nutrients.

Fruit & roasted nuts
– Low sugar fruits: blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, kiwis, peaches, grapefruit
– For nuts, just make sure the only ingredients are nuts and salt! A lot of packaged nuts are roasted in inflammatory vegetable oils. Another option is to make your own (I have two recipes for this in my Added Sugar Detox Guide).

Veggies & hummus
– I love carrots, cucumbers, jicama and bell peppers. Hummus is also super quick to make in the blender or food processor, but if you’re in a pinch, I love Hope Hummus brand (spicy avocado in particular)

Paleo Granola and sugar-free almond milk
– Great option as a quick snack or breakfast

Hard boiled eggs with salt, pepper and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil for healthy fats

Half an avocado mashed with crackers (I personally love Simple Mills)
– Get creative and add organic deli turkey or salami for added protein

Bone broth
– Heated over the stove with your favorite spices, then blended together until frothy. Sip like a latte!

Apple slices with almond butter
– This has been my after dinner snack on repeat. I’ll also add cinnamon for an added sweet flavor.

Coconut yogurt (unsweetened) with a handful of berries, cinnamon & nuts/seeds

Mini charcuterie with salami, olives/olive tapenade, nuts, fruit, brown rice crackers/almond flour crackers

– Make it over the stove, in an air popper, or grab a bag from the store– I prefer Lesser Evil popcorn with ghee! It’s beyond.

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I enjoy sharing my love for food and fitness. I'm a registered dietitian, certified personal trainer, and a New York Times Bestselling author. Here you'll find all kinds of recipes and kitchen hacks, as well as workouts and fitness motivation. Enjoy! — xx Rachael

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  1. I really like this list of snacks. I think eating more fruits and nuts as snack is the key to staying healthy.