itskale kale and chia seed chips

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PC: itskale

itskale kale and chia seed chips are a great pantry staple! They have only real ingredients such as kale, chia, and chickpea flour. Kale is a nutritional powerhouse, providing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties from flavonoids along with key vitamins and minerals including K, A, and C. With only 86 calories and 12 grams of carbohydrates per (15 chip) serving, they are a great low carb choice. Keep your body and mind fueled with the added omega 3 benefits of chia seeds. Pair these vegan, gluten free, non-GMO crackers with some hummus or avocado for a complete healthy snack.



Karen's Naturals Just Peas

 PC: Karen's Naturals

PC: Karen's Naturals

Karen’s Naturals Just Peas is the crunchy fix you’ve been looking for! The name really conveys why we love it so much; its just (freeze dried) peas. The generous serving size packs a protein punch that will keep your mind and body strong.  With 100 calories, 18 grams of carbs, and 3 grams of fiber, it’s a great choice to keep your blood sugar steady between meals. Your body will also appreciate the added nutritional benefits of vitamins A and C, calcium, and iron. Eat it plain by the handful or throw it into a raw trail mix for some added crunch. It's sure to be a diabetic friendly and delicious snack!

Go Raw Pumpkin Seed Bites


These little bites are a great afternoon pick me up when you are craving something crunchy, sweet and satisfying! That's a lot of goodness in these little bites. In 20 pieces they have 190 calories, 13 grams of fat (only 2 saturated), 12 grams of carbs, 3 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein. Pair with a cup of match tea (iced or hot) and you have a healthy snack that is good for your blood sugar and will keep you full for hours.

That's It Bars


That's it bars are a great way to get fruit on the go. Of course the real deal is always best, but if your on-the-go and need a healthy dose of vitamin C, pick up one of these bars. There called "That's It" because they are made entirely of real fruit- THATS IT! They'll keep you satisfied and help control your blood glucose levels with 2-4 gm fiber per 100 calorie serving. Although some flavors are slightly higher than others in carbohydrates (21-27 gm/serving) they come from the natural fruit source: fructose and as long as they are paired with a non-carb counterpart or eaten solo, they are a great snack choice! Try the "Apple + Pineapple" or the "Apple + Coconut" and throw in a small handful of almonds for a protein boost.