6 Healthy & Delicious Snacks That Will Make You Feel Full

Peanut Butter and Carrot Sticks

It is always a good idea to try and add more veggies to your diet to provide your body with plant compounds that support our health.

But as micronutrient-packed as veggies are, they aren't a food that many think of that is a stick-to-your-ribs food when enjoyed on their own. 

Cottage Cheese

Daisy Cottage Cheese is a pure and natural choice made with zero stabilizers, preservatives, or additives.

It is a convenient source of protein and bone-building calcium, and has live and active cultures, which is why it's so creamy and tastes delish!


Eating apples with the skin on can fuel your body with fiber, which is a nutrient that can help promote satiety.

Envy Apples are a fiber-packed fruit that has natural carbs for energy support. 


Eating fruit can support satiety, especially when it is consumed before a meal. 

Fruits may help people feel full because they have a high water content and an impressive amount of satiating fiber. 

Hard Boiled Eggs

Eggs are a source of high-quality protein, with one large egg providing six grams of this important macro, including all 9 essential amino acids.

Remember that nearly half of an egg's protein and most of its vitamins and minerals—including those essential for supporting our brains and bodies—are found in the yolk.


Pistachios are a plant-based source of complete protein, providing all of the essential amino acids. 

One serving of pistachios equals 49 nuts, which is more nuts per serving than any other snack nut.

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