When hitting the programme.. it's best to be prepared with your snacks.. so you can stay on track. is the best way of staying on track. Fill your pantry with a few of these and holding on to this healthy lifestyle will be easier in the long run wink emoticon SNACKS.. *Isagenix Isalean bars.. 1/4 in the morning and 1/4 in the afternoon. Other Isa bars I love are the Fibre Snacks (they don't last long). The Isa Delight chocolates dipped into mint tea (thanks Jane Curtis) and the Slim cakes go down a treat with a cup of tea in the afternoon ... again I have to hide them in my house.
*Little Frittatas if you want to feel more adventurous. I like to keep this for kids lunchboxes too. *Boiled egg is a fantastic and easy snack. Hard boil a few and keep them in the fridge. Season with Sea salt and ground black pepper and dusting of chilli. *Celery or apple slices with a smearing of peanut butter works too. *Raw Almonds are a great clean protein snack but don't get too munchy with them... I like to activate them. * A slice of watermelon with a dollop of cottage cheese or ricotta and sprinkled with seeds make a really fun juicy snack when you crave, sweet/savoury. *Coconut Bliss Balls.. there is an array of combinations and they are fantastic to have after working out with a cup of herbal tea. *Ryvita Toppers: quick and easy to throw together. Guacamole, lime and radish, Ricotta, cinnamon, honey and cherry slices Avocado and hard boiled egg slices Greek Yoghurt with Cucumber and mint *Veggie sticks with dips. I keep the sticks ready and prepared in zip lock bags. And make up a batch of houmous or guacamole and keep in the fridge. I will add the recipes for the Frittatas, Bliss Balls and Activated Almonds soon ;-)