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Do you feel hungry all the time? Always searching for another snack? Try adding more protein to your diet! This super satisfying macro-nutrient will help you feel full for hours.


Whether you’re fueling up for the day ahead or taking a mid-day snack break to ward off those afternoon munchies, high-protein snacks are the best way to keep you going. Snacks with protein give you longer-lasting energy than carb-heavy options, like humongous bagels and muffins, which leave you ravenous just a short while later.

Here are 6 protein-packed (and portable!) snacks that make it easy to stay satisfied.

Mixed nuts

Mixed nuts are a very convenient way to get some protein (and healthy fats). Almonds and walnuts provide the best nutrients, then try adding dried fruit and seeds for a delicious, homemade trail mix.

Hard-boiled egg

Eggs are an inexpensive and nutritious way to fuel upwhen you’re famished. Boil a half dozen at the beginning of the week for easy on-the-go snacking.

Edamame with sea salt

One cup of edamame pods has about 7 grams of protein. Sprinkle on a little sea salt on them to satisfy a salt craving!

Greek yogurt with high-fiber cereal

The combination of protein-packed Greek yogurt and high-fiber cereal is both delicious and filling. The two together will ward off hunger pangs for hours.

Protein shakes or more and are loaded with antioxidants

Whip it up before heading out the door.

Cottage cheese and fruit so even just a small portion will fill you up. Try it with fresh berries or pineapple chunks.

Get Energized Banish snacking guilt for good. Eating small, balanced meals and snacks throughout your day gives your body a steady stream of much-needed nutrients. Forget hunger pangs and food comas—chowing down often on healthy, balanced food helps out your energy levels throughout your go-go-go day. Smart snacking also curbs hunger, making portion control a no-brainer. Protein shakes have as many as 25 grams of protein. Cottage cheese is loaded with protein. 


One Skillet Chicken with Spinach, Mushrooms and Pasta

Contact us, we can help you get to your goals, whether the above program design fits your schedule or program, we can help push you in the direction to fit your needs. Have us tailor a program that works for you.


• 4 skinless, boneless, chicken breast halves, cut into 1" pieces

• 8 oz whole wheat pasta

• salt

• ground black pepper

• 2 cloves garlic, minced

• 1 can (15 ounces) diced tomatoes, drained

• 1 bag (5 ounces) baby spinach

• 2 cups thinly sliced mushrooms

• 1/2 cup parmesan cheese, grated


1. Season the chicken with salt and pepper to taste.

2. Coat a large nonstick skillet with cooking spray, and place it over medium

heat. When it's hot, add the chicken and cook for 5 to 10 minutes, or until it's no

longer pink and the juices run clear.

3. Cook pasta according to directions

4. Remove the chicken to a plate, covering to keep it warm. Add the garlic to the

pan. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes, or until the garlic is fragrant. Add the tomatoes,

spinach, and mushrooms. Cook for about 3 minutes, or until the liquid is reduced

by half. Put the chicken back in the pan and stir. Adjust the seasoning, if


5. Add the chicken mix on top of whole wheat pasta

Sprinkle with the cheese just before serving.


Contact us, we can help you get to your goals, whether the above program design fits your schedule or program, we can help push you in the direction to fit your needs. Have us tailor a program that works for you.




Grilled Garlic Shrimp With Salad and

Brown Rice

Shrimp is notoriously easy to prepare. Here’s one simple and delicious


• 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil

• 4 cloves garlic, peeled and finely minced

• 1/2-teaspoon red pepper flakes

• 1 pound medium shrimp, peeled and deveined

• 1 lemon

• 1 serving of cooked brown rice

• Salt and pepper to taste

Heat a large skillet over medium high and add oil. When hot, add garlic and cook for one minute until lightly browned. Add shrimp, red pepper flakes and juice from half of a freshly squeezed lemon and cook until shrimp are barely opaque. Remove from heat. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Place on top of your favorite mixed greens and brown rice for a tasty and healthy salad.




Treat yourself to a visit to your local Health Food store accompanied by a nutritional specialist. Individually or in group we will shop the food aisles and learn how to read food labels. This service is available as a single visit or part of a 3 or 6 session package which includes a series of visits to the store, your home refrigerator and on-going meal preparation guidance. Do this as a gift for a group, for a family member or for yourself! It can change your life.

3 session package ($250) includes:

Assessment: $90

Trip to Organic Market: $60

Program Design: $100

6 session package ($460) includes above sessions plus:

Refrigerator Set-up(optional meal cook): $100

Reassessment (or week prep): $55

60 day follow-up: $55

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