Healthy On the Go Protein Snacks

Healthy On the Go Protein Snacks | Lady Luxe Life

Healthy on the go Protein Snacks are great for travel or when you are running errands during the week.  I wrote a blog about the my favorite Fairelife Core Power Drink and when I found a blog in Healthline about 30 different ideas, it was mind blowing! What a great tip for all of you.  I hope you enjoy my top picks!

Greek Yogurt:

The blog states,

“Greek yogurt is an ideal healthy and high protein snack, with 20 g of protein per 200-g serving. It has been shown to be more filling than yogurts with lower protein content.


In addition to being a great source of protein, Greek yogurt is high in calcium, which is important for bone health.


To make yogurt even more delicious and filling, you can make a parfait by combining 1 cup of yogurt with granola and mixed berries in layers.


Adding 1/2 cup (49 g) of granola to your yogurt can provide 4 g of protein or more. But this makes a large snack that’s high in calories, so you may not want to snack on this every day, depending on your overall calorie needs.”


“Eating a handful of almonds or another type of nut for a snack is a simple way to fill up on protein.


One ounce of almonds provides 6 g of protein, along with good amounts of vitamin E, riboflavin, trace minerals, and healthy fats.


Snacking on almonds regularly is associated with many other health benefits and may even help you manage your weight.


Almonds are also high in calories, so it’s important to stick with the recommended serving size. A handful is equivalent to around 22 almonds.”

Apples with Peanut Butter:

“Apples and peanut butter taste great together and make for a nutrient-dense, high protein snack that provides many health benefits.


The fiber and antioxidants in apples may improve gut health and reduce the risk of heart disease, while peanut butter has been shown to increase HDL (good) cholesterol and reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides.


Despite the positive effects peanut butter may have on your health, it’s fairly high in calories, so it’s best consumed in moderation.


A snack of a medium apple with 2 tbsp. (30 g) of peanut butter provides 9 g of protein, as well as some other nutrients, such as vitamin C and potassium.”

Or here are a few other ideas from ShopSytle Collective:


Eating healthy is one of my favorite topics. I have curated a few great recipes like Spinach Artichoke Recipe,  and Harvest Salad Recipe!

I Love eating healthy!


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