Whole-Grain Crackers and Bread: For something to pair with your peanut butter, look for 100 percent whole-grain crackers or bread.
Peanut Butter: Like trail mix, cheese, and eggs, peanut butter is a great source of protein, as well as healthy fat, plus fiber, all of which helps you feel full.
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Cheese: Sure, cheese has saturated fat, but it also has protein and calcium, and it's meal-like enough to help you steer clear of the "cheese-flavored" snacks.
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Trail Mix: Rifle through the bags that are filled with questionable stuff like "yogurt-covered" raisins, and you can usually find a trail mix that's made of mostly heart-healthy nuts and fiber-rich dried fruit.
Fresh Fruit: True, none of the fruit is organic, but eating produce with pesticides from time to time is better than not eating produce at all.
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