30 Day Challenge Continues Plus Hints and Tips

To continue with the “challenge” of the 30 Day Challenge, I posted some breakfast ideas and recipes 2 days ago.  Today I would like to suggest some snacking tips.  In The  30 Clean challenge I participated in, snacking was not recommended.  However, most of us have busy lives and sometimes snacking is the only way to get through a fully scheduled day.  That said, healthy and clean snacking can be a welcome way to get in all of your food requirements and keep you on track!.

For some people, snacking can be a bad habit.  Let’s change this into a positive.

A list of good snacks:

celery sticks stuffed with cashew butter (or any nut butter except peanut butter)

artichoke hummus on fresh veggies or grain-free tortilla chips (available at Whole Foods, pricey but delish!)

sliced tomatoes with a sprinkle of onion salt or Trader Joe’s “Everything But The Bagel” seasoning

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Grain-free almond crackers (sugar free too!) spread with almond butter and a banana slice or pomegranate seeds

hard boiled egg half garnished with chopped bacon and chives

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handful of roasted or raw nuts. (Easily roasted at home!)

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Guacamole with fresh veggies or grain free tortilla chips

For that sweet craving, look no further than the produce aisle!  Any seasonal fruits, in moderation will do.  Or a 1 ounce piece of dark chocolate (72% cacao or higher) is a great flavor blast. (I like to eat this with a couple roasted almonds!)

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A muffin can be a great snack!

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Here is a link to a Trader Joe’s ‘clean” shopping list.  My daughter found it on Pinterest posted by a clean blog site called The Movement Menu.  Looking over this grocery list will give you some great snacking ideas!

Please feel free to leave questions or comments!

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