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5 Healthy Snacks You Should Choose Over Chips.

I have been more intentional and dedicated to living a healthier lifestyle. I have learned in the few months of eating healthy that all things count.  Eating healthy all day and then eating 4 bag of chips on top of it can really ruin a diet or weight lost plan.  I also understand the craving of wanting to snack on something too. Because in a way, snacking can be a habit.  But fear not! You do not have to give up your snacking habits; you can just chose healthy snacks

Here are my top five healthy alternative to chips.

Sea Weed


I love seaweed, and my favorite kind is the one from Trader Joes. I typically buy them in huge bundles so that I can snack on them all day.  They give you a crunchy feel like chips but without the calories.  Typically, each pack contacts between 25-35 calories.  It is also low sodium and packed with nutrients. Often time the seaweed is lightly salted and can come in a few flavors just to give you variation.  I eat several packs a day and I still lost weight.


Kale Chip


You can make them or buy them. I personally make mine most of the time and all I use it Kale, oil, sea salt, and an oven.  But if you want a quicker method you can just buy them. Often times the store bought Kale chips have cashews in them and some even have vegan cheese or other flavors.  I prefer to have mine plain, but you do have other flavor choices as well.


Trader Joe’s Crispy and Crunch Broccoli Florets


I get these from Trader Joes sometimes just to switch it up. It is pretty much just dried broccoli mixed with salt and oil.  Not too many ingredients.  For that reason, it is a really good snack.  I will admit that this snack is one of my least favorites as far as the taste.  But that is because I am not a huge fan of broccoli.  I will eat them and often times I will put them on my salad or something for an added crunch.


Banana Chips


In case you are craving something sweet, then banana chips can be a good option. These are just dried banana’s that are sweetened with coconut oil and a small amount of sugar.  These banana chips have multivitamins, are cholesterol-free, and packed with potassium, iron, fiber and antioxidants.




I love edamame. Typically, I like to get the pods and just take them out and make them on my own. I like to add salt, butter, and sometimes a little parmesan cheese. However, you can buy them already prepared too.  Edamame is the premature soybeans and has many health benefits to them.


See eating healthy can be fun and eventful and as you notice many of these snacks actually have benefits to them since they are fruit and veggie based. Which is better than just eating chips that give you little to no benefit.  So feel free to snack away.

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About Sophia Reed (295 Articles)
I am a single mother of one, Christian, and Lover of Life. I have a Master's degree in marriage and family therapy, I am a National Certified Counselor, and I am currently a PhD candidate in Human Behavior. I love motivating others and encouraging all women to be beautiful from the inside and out. To get in contact with me, you can email me at

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