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What are your go-to protein snacks?

by IBD Medical on February 03, 2024

"Welcome to the podcast by our community member Andi Balog. The podcast is for those with Type 1 Diabetes who struggle with weight, food relationships, blood sugars, and confidence. Join us as we share practical tips, inspiring stories, and expert advice to help you live your best life with Type 1 Diabetes. Let's tackle these challenges together!"

Andi answers a listener question about her current favourite protein snacks ( also listed them for you).

"It's really important to have high-protein snack options in mind and at hand, because we are all so busy and on the go, and protein is lacking from most of our diets. Most convenient snack options are low in protein and high in unhealthy fats and carbs. You can start to change up your diet with some of the options below or it might just give you some inspo!"

Andi's Favourite Protein Snacks

1. edamame - frozen

2. edamame - roasted/salted

3. boiled eggs

4. jerky or biltong

5. broad beans (aka fava beans) - roasted/salted

6. salted roasted chickpeas

7. cottage cheese

8. high protein greek or flavoured yoghurt like yopro, yopro perform or chobani fit

9. a protein shake favourite protein

10. adding collagen to my hot drinks to make a hot chocolate or protein coffee/latte favourite collagen

11. canned tuna best tuna

12. deli ham, roast turkey, roast pork or chicken

13. making my own protein balls/brownies/cookies other treats

Andi Balog is a Certified Personal Trainer, Nutritionist and Health Coach who has lived with Type 1 Diabetes for almost 20 years. This podcast will help you level-up and take ownership of your health and your life with Type 1 Diabetes.

Andi's instagram: @thet1dnutritionist

Andi's Website: https://www.empoweringhealth.com.au/

 

WHAT ARE YOUR GO-TO PROTEIN SNACKS?

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