10 Healthy Low Carb Snacks

Spinach Chips

Baked kale chips are all the rage now, but since women can’t live on kale alone, give these chips a try — they’re made with spinach instead.
Carbs per serving: 2.4 grams

Avocado With Sunflower Seeds
The combination of avocado and sunflower seedsbrings the body a healthy dose of fiber, vitamins E and K, and potassium. You also get a little bit of protein, too.
Carbs per serving: 10 grams

Homemade Strawberry Fruit Leather

If you’re craving something sweet and fruity without any added sugar, whip up a batch of strawberry fruit leather. Keep these in your gym bag or purse for those times when you’re on the go.

Carbs per serving: 4 grams

Brussels Sprouts Chips Opt for our roasted brussels sprouts chips instead. High in fiber and low in calories, they only take 10 minutes to make!
Carbs per serving: 4 grams

Meatballs

For an easy snack, make this Paleo meatball recipe ahead of time, and pop them in your fridge or freezer for easy prep when cravings strike.

Carbs per serving: 3 grams

Vegetable Chard Wraps Please your palate with a rainbow of phytonutrients as well as a zingy dipping sauce that transforms these raw veggies into a scrumptious snack.
Carbs per serving: 7 grams

Prosciutto and Melon

Go Nuts

Low carb or not, nuts make a great afternoon snack. They’re a good source of protein, fiber, and healthy fats. And when it comes to nutritional benefits, you can’t beat almonds, which also contain a good amount of calcium and iron when compared to other nuts.

Carbs per quarter-cup serving of almonds: 5 grams

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Tuna Salad on Tomato . Tuna is packed with protein and iron, and the veggies will give the snack added vitamins and nutrients.
Carbs per serving: 2 grams

Cucumbers With Ranch Greek Yogurt Dip

Skip the processed powder and chop up chives, parsley, and garlic for our cucumbers with ranch Greek yogurt dip. There is so much flavor packed in these fresh herbs, only a little salt is needed.
Carbs per serving: 10 grams

Beef Jerky

Whenever possible, make your own jerky, but if that’s out of the question, look for an all-natural, organic jerky that’s made without preservatives or MSG and is relatively low in sugar and sodium.

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