Hungry.... but just ate? A quick snack between meals or on the go would be a Non-Fat Greek Yogurt. With its smooth, rich and thick consistency, Greek Yogurt differs from regular yogurt from how it's the whey is extracted. This source of lean protein has tons of healthy benefits but let's face it... it tastes delicious and can add variety into your plan. One cup of plain, non fat Greek Yogurt averages about 13 to 20 grams of protein and is low in carbohydrates usually right under 10 grams. One particular reason I like this when my diet is more flexible is that it has less lactose in it, the sugar in dairy products that can sometimes upset people’s stomachs, so I don't feel the discomfort or bloat. My advice when picking out a solid Greek Yogurt is look for one low in fat and sodium and try throwing 10-12 almonds in it. This will help tackle hunger while keeping your macros in check.
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