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HouKN98

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Anything crunchy and salty that is on the healthier side?
« on: November 20, 2014, 02:45:21 am »
I've been complying with my diet pretty good, except that I have a soft spot for chips and goldfish crackers and anything crunchy & salty. 

I was wondering how I can get my crunchy salty fix while doing a better job of compliance.  Any ideas? Suggestions for "healthy" snacks that are also crunchy and salty.  I know some of you will suggest nuts, but I am trying to be careful with nuts because they are high in fat.
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Re: Anything crunchy and salty that is on the healthier side?
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Re: Anything crunchy and salty that is on the healthier side?
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2014, 03:13:11 am »
I've been complying with my diet pretty good, except that I have a soft spot for chips and goldfish crackers and anything crunchy & salty. 

I was wondering how I can get my crunchy salty fix while doing a better job of compliance.  Any ideas? Suggestions for "healthy" snacks that are also crunchy and salty.  I know some of you will suggest nuts, but I am trying to be careful with nuts because they are high in fat.

What I do is use low fat rice crackers from Trader Joe's combined with bean dip (which is also low fat) from trader joe's.  Great stuff - one of my son's loves it even.  Of course, I don't believe in going crazy with the rice crackers cuzz that's definitely in the refined carbs category.  But, if you emphasize the beans, I think it's a good choice for a snack as long as you know your limits. 
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Re: Anything crunchy and salty that is on the healthier side?
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2014, 03:13:11 am »