Winter Snacks for Weight Loss: Popcorn and Roasted Chana

As the weather cools, savory, substantial foods may appeal. Due to lower temperatures and shorter daylight hours, we may want to sleep all season and eat comfort foods. Cold weather makes it hard to push yourself to exercise.

Even while you can indulge in savory and sweet treats in moderation, there are many healthy, tasty winter snacks that can satisfy your appetite and energize you. Stay tuned for some tasty and healthful winter snacks.

A large bowl of oats will satisfy your hunger and provide fiber. Banana slices with nut butter and honey are another wonderful fiber, carb, and protein combination. This warm, sweet dessert is weather-appropriate. Hot savory oats are available.

Many advise against eating too many nuts in summer. Nuts satisfy hunger and absorb nutrients for winter meals. Consume moderately. Winter peanuts, walnuts, and almonds are excellent. They taste great and contain protein, healthy fats, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and heart-attack risk factors.

Hot chocolate is not an unhealthy snack. However, create hot chocolate at home. Mix milk, cocoa powder, vanilla, and your preferred sweetener to make homemade hot chocolate. Cocoa contains antioxidants and other nutrients for winter.

A wintertime classic, popcorn is easy to make. Polyphenol antioxidants in popcorn shield cells from free radicals. Skip the unhealthy fats and sodium in commercial popcorn by making it yourself using olive oil and salt.

Grilled pineapple is a warm, juicy winter food that not everyone likes. Sauté, microwave, or air fried pineapple slices. Spice it up with cinnamon or a little chilli powder.

Nothing tastes or smells like winter like banana bread. Though longer than others on our list, our snack is worth it. Mix overripe bananas that may not be edible to make bread. Nighttime snacks with cinnamon and other winter spices are fantastic.

Some consider soup an appetizer. This works well as a snack between meals in winter. Soups are full of healthy veggies, eggs, poultry, and other ingredients. Soups sold in containers lack nutrients, so create your own.

Winter snacks like roasted chana are healthy and tasty. Chickpeas, or chana, include nutrients that control blood sugar, aid weight loss, prevent chronic diseases, boost brain health, haemoglobin, skin, and hair.

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