Healthy Low-Fat Snacks. Small, low-fat snacks, eaten throughout the day, may reduce cravings, hunger and impulsive eating. Eating unhealthy snacks that have simple and concentrated sugars, refined carbohydrates or high levels of trans fats can cause blood sugar levels to rise and fall quickly, which may lead to moodiness, irritability and fatigue.
2 – Vegetable Options. Natural and raw vegetables are a healthy and low-fat snack choice also. Have fun with vegetables by eating them with various healthy dips. Some dip choices are Greek yogurt, hummus or homemade salsa.
Asparagus and hard-boiled egg. (Plus, asparagus is known as an aphrodisiac, thanks to its folate and vitamins B6 and E levels. Talk about fun ways to burn fat!) Pair 15 asparagus spears (cooked or raw) with one hard-boiled egg for a 126-calorie snack, complete with 11 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber.