22. Protein Balls
Protein balls are the perfect grab and go snack. Prepare a Tupperware full of protein balls for the week, and you’ll be set. They are tasty and nutritious!
You can create them using any combination you desire, but we suggest nut butter, oats, shredded coconut, hemp seeds, flax seeds and honey.
Who doesn’t love cheese? Well, it may upset some people’s stomachs, but if it doesn’t cause you any problems, cheese is a great option. It is a good source of protein, calcium, phosphorus and selenium.
One slice of cheddar cheese contains 7 g of protein. It will keep you full and satisfied. However, don’t overeat it because it is not a low-calorie snack.
20. Handful of Almonds
This may be the easiest healthy snack out there. However, some almonds are loaded with sodium, so try to find an unsalted or low sodium option.
You’ll get 6 g of protein in just one ounce of almonds! Plus, almonds are high in vitamin E, riboflavin, trace minerals and healthy fats! To ensure you don’t overeat them, stick to a handful, which should be about 22 almonds.