12 High-Protein Snacks Under 210 Calories


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Keep your appetite in check with these 12 easy high-protein snacks — all for just 210 calories or less! 12 High-Protein Snacks Under 210 Calories. chevron_left PREV: Dancing, Meditation & 4. 12 High-Protein Snacks Under 210 Calories | MyFitnessPal. Keep your appetite in check with these 12 easy high-protein snacks — all for just 210 calories or less!

High Protein Snacks High Protein Low Carb High Protein Recipes Protein Foods Low Carb Recipes Healthy Snacks Healthy Recipes High Calorie Snacks High Protein Dinner. If you are like me, and often have a craving for a snack around 2pm or 3pm in the afternoon, you may be in search of a low-calorie, healthy, and quick and easy high protein snack. Below are 10 high protein snacks (all under 200 calories!) that are filling and can help you lose weight. (This post may contain affiliate links. Deviled eggs may seem more like party food, but thanks to Greek yogurt, this version makes an excellent high-protein snack.

Get the recipe here. Per one egg: 87 calories, 8 g protein. 6 Easy High-Protein Snacks (Under 150 Calories) BuzzFeed Mixed Berry Snack-Sized Smoothie. Servings: 1. 12 grams protein.

119 calories. INGREDIENTS. 2 tablespoons milk. “These snacks will [help] prevent [you from] overeating at the next meal or snacking too much on energy-dense foods like cookies and chips,” she says. For more healthy snack ideas, check out this list of 12 delicious high-protein snacks under 210 calories.”.

20 Snacks Under 100 Calories. and you’ve got an instant snack that packs 6 grams of protein into just 78 calories. Jantz recommends a high-protein snack such as eggs for a. 20 Snacks Under 200 Calories.

If sneaking treats is wreaking havoc on your New Year’s resolutions, it’s time to change your snacking ways. This list of 200-calorie-and-under healthy snacks will help. Satiate your hunger with these 100-calorie snacks. 80 calories, 6 g fat (3.5 g saturated fat), 210 mg sodium, 0 g carbs (0 g fiber, 0 g sugar), and plant protein.

Plus, these green pods are the lowest calorie nut, providing just under 100 calories for 25! 8. Peanut Butter + Celery. Shutterstock.

1 tablespoon peanut butter + 2 stalks. Mix about 10 almonds (3 grams protein), about 25 pistachios (3 grams protein), 2 tablespoons sunflower seeds (5 grams protein), about 7 walnut halves (2 grams protein), and a sprinkle of raisins or.

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I recommend nuts (and a whole lot of them), cheese (small amount of protein), jerky, salami, or tuna (occasionally), and of course Gummi Bears (it’s not going to break the bank and there is 1g of pro­tein per serving!).

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Plain, unbuttered, unsweetened snacks like popcorn, pretzels, and soda crackers contain around 115 Calories (kcal) per ounce (28 g), while the richer items like chocolate candy, potato chips, and puffed corn snacks contain over 150 Calories (kcal) per ounce, which is close to that for the various types of nuts.

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Almonds, pistachios, and groundnuts also have high protein contents, while chestnuts have very high carbohydrate levels.

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Toss in a handful of roasted chickpeas or toasted, chopped walnuts for a lower-carb and higher-fiber crunch; ¼ cup chickpeas adds 60 calories, 3 grams protein, and 3.5

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Rich sources of protein and magnesium Nuts, seeds, and legumes 4-5/wk 1.5 oz or 13 cup nuts 12 Almonds, mixed nuts, peanuts, walnuts, sunflower seeds, kidney beans, lentils, split peas Rich sources of calories, oz or 2 tbsp seeds magnesium, potassium, 12 cup cooked legumes protein, and fiber

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When it comes to snacks, you’re free to choose any protein and fibre nutrient­rich snack that doesn’t exceed 150 calories (for women) or 200 calories (for men).

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Nuts are a terrific choice, too, but at about 170 calories per ounce, you’ll want to stick to a single serving.

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One ounce of shelled nuts— about 49 kernels—is 159 calories, but that includes 7grams of monounsaturated fat, 3 grams offiber, 8 percent the daily value of potassium, and 25 percent the daily value of Vitamin B6.

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Nuts have some protein but are higher in fat.

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Yet 1 ounce of mixed nuts contains 166 calories, and most people find it very difficult to limit themselves to just 1 ounce of nuts.

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  • The cookies are delicious. I’ve just made another batch this morning but this time flattened the mixture into a brownie dish then cut into 9 pieces so they’re like flapjacks. Thanks for sharing.

  • Really wish they do have all the items here in Bali that you use.. hard to find them, so many healthy shops around but nothing like high protein stuff like that:(

  • About the fasting, that was intresting theory about the body fat % and when the autophagy is activated:) So less bodyfat (laener) less time for autophagy to kick in

  • Funny you’re using the Swedish yoghurt �� (as I’m a Swede) What a lovely video! Definitely gonna try the cookies! If you ever feel like something more chocolaty I have an easy bliss ball recipe on my channel ��

  • Eggs cant legally be called healthy by egg companies in us

    (d) General nutritional claims

    101.62 Nutrient content claims for fat, fatty acid, and cholesterol content of foods. (c)(3)
    “The product contains 1 g or less of saturated fatty acids per 100 g and less than 10 percent calories from saturated fat”

    100g of 1 large grade a egg has 3.2g sat fat and 411mg cholesterol.
    1 large grade a egg has 207mg cholesterol.
    1 egg is typcially a serving size for eggs.

    “For a food to be labeled “healthy” under FDA rules, it has to be low in saturated fat (eggs fail that criteria) and have less than 90mg of cholesterol per serving (even half an egg fails that test).”
    “eggs have nearly twice the calories of anything that can be called “low-calorie.””
    “Can’t say they’re relatively low in fat, they’re not. “
    “Can’t say eggs are low in saturated fat—they’re not. Can’t say they’re relatively low in fat, they’re not. Can’t even call them a rich source of protein, because, according to the USDA, they’re not.”
    “not only can eggs not be called healthy they can’t even be called safe? Says who? Says the United States Department of Agriculture.”

    “As recommended by the IOM,[24] individuals should eat as little dietary cholesterol as possible while consuming a healthy eating
    pattern. In general, foods that are higher in
    dietary cholesterol ” -dietary guidelines
    “Strong evidence from mostly prospective

    cohort studies but also randomized

    controlled trials has shown that eating

    patterns that include lower intake of dietary cholesterol are associated with reduced risk of CVD, and moderate evidence indicates that these eating patterns are associated with reduced risk of obesity. “-dietary guidelines

    “The human body uses

    some saturated fats for physiological and

    structural functions, but it makes more than enough to meet those needs.”-dietary guidelines
    “Intake of saturated

    fats should be limited to less than 10

    percent of calories per day by replacing

    them with unsaturated fats and while

    keeping total dietary fats within the age
    appropriate AMDR.”-dietary guidelines.

    Heart disease is the leading cause of death.
    High blood pressure and high blood cholesterol are key risk factors for heart disease according to cdc.
    Diabetes, Overweight and obesity, and unhealthy diet also put people at higher risk for heart disease according to cdc.

    “Eating lots of foods high in saturated fat and trans fat may contribute to high cholesterol and related conditions, such as heart disease.”-cdc
    “Limit foods high in saturated fat.”-cdc

    “Talk with your health care team about eating a variety of foods rich in potassium, fiber, and protein and lower in salt (sodium) and saturated fat. For many people, making these healthy changes can help keep blood pressure low and protect against heart disease and stroke.”-cdc

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  • i made the cacao chia pudding and it didn’t turn out the way i thought it wouldconsistency is watery, didn’t have agave so had to trade it with honeynot sweet at all! taste of the cocoa powder was really overpowering… sorry, just a thumbs down from me for this recipe.:(
    side note3 hours of refrigerating was not enough.

  • I would swap out almond milk for something else, Almond milk is killing the bees and they are already too close to being wiped out

  • Hi Ms. Jo, i follow you on IG. Curious about what you usually take for brekky, lunch and dinner. Haha kinumpleto ko na. Hope you can share a video of it. Take care!

  • I love making protein pancakes too! Here’s a tip for less dishwashing and some flavor variation:

    Blend the dry ingredients and wet ingredients together + add salted peanut butter for extra flavor and protein. The salt from the PB will bring out the sweetness of the other ingredients ����

  • ( 10:30) I almost unsubscribed over this. What do you think your subscription base are idiots????? You really recommended a snack recipe you never even tasted before at #3????? All so your girlfriend felt her ideas were important????? I literally hate THE BOTH of you right now, so how about that? I’m so sure it was “actually really good” as you were tasting it for the first time with her standing behind the camera. WTF! I mean give me a fucking break.


  • Uh papi, I am straight but when I see u I don’t what I am. It is better to see him without volume, that why I can contemplate better.

  • Lol…this guys favorite snack is comprised of a needle and vial of Test E!!! Don’t be fooled by these guys. And buddy… for a gear head…your delts are pathetic.

  • My favorite first meal at 1pm5 whole eggs and two scoops of whey protein. Satiated for 5 hours. Some carbs post workout quality dark chocolate(stevia sweetened) without hydrogenated oil.


  • If you’re Happy and you know it, clap your hands. That camera woman (Domee) makes you Happy. Thanks for sharing these snack ideas. Have a great week.

  • MORE DOMI!!! DOMI should start a YT channel! I demand it. She is gorgeous, and smart, and hilarious, and not bland like all the other insta chicks ❤️

  • I’ve figured you are of Greek heritage? You might make some videos that explore and pay hommage to that great history and culture. The first culture that emphasized daily exercise and celebrated competition.

  • Not trying to hate. But you should invest in a teleprompter, or just not script it. Really awkward that you arent looking into camera

  • vegan gluten free, you speak my language girl! That brownie cup tho, they all look amazing. New subbie♡ looking forward to following your journey!

  • Associating food with guilt, categorizing food as ‘healthy’ or ‘unhealthy’ are harmful and disordered behaviors. There’s no good or bad, it’s all about balance body AND mind��

  • I have such a sweet tooth so this video was so helpful!! Will definitely be trying all of these thank you so much for sharing these!��

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  • Honestly i think he just tries to promite his book sorry for being frank!
    I guess he was thinking abiut writing a book and since there are soooo many low carb keto books he started shifting c a little bit towards protein.

  • Thanx for this interview! This is absolutely valuable information! In my opinion, Ted is a very intelligent guy, who really thinks through the important questions… excellent!!

  • But what about all these overweight people having great success with 70% fat and 25 % protein and 5% carbs. They lost tons of fat while being fat and eating a lot of fat. Can anybody explain this to me?

  • Populations that are slim like in Okinawa and Sardeigna or Crete have low STRESS lives. Look around you and see how breakups or loss of jobs often yield to getting fat. People will seek fat + carb to get dopamine to compensate the cortisol increase.

  • So if I don’t have enough body fat to meet my base metabolic rate while water fasting can I just supplement with the missing calories as say avocados or putting heavy cream in my coffee?

  • Fascinating video which I have re watched a couple of times..It makes a lot of sense regarding satiety through protein rather than the usual KETO fat %..I didn’t quite understand the optimal protein to energy equation of 2 to 1..Can anybody please explain that to me??

  • This is most interesting and funny video, I loved it, when you used the pinch of you expression and she made you correct every time.��

  • Many of the vegan MDs say it’s fat in the diet, not carbs, that causes diabetes. So they would agree with Ted. Eating low carb AND low fat would be like being in prison. LOL

  • Wow. This is just what I needed to hear. I’ve been unsuccessful trying to reduce body fat by eating low carb/high fat, though keto tells you to eat heavy cream, bacon, etc. This makes much more sense. I’m definitely going to pay attention to my triglycerides on my next physical. Thanks, Mike. Your channel is AWESOME.

  • I agree with dr. Naiman. After I lost a bunch of weight I could not handle IF anymore. My BF is getting lower with PE diet and sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night with hungry, just eat my protein and keep going. It is incredible. Like I lost 40kg, many times along my lifetime, and now I just learn how to maintain my weight low. It’s amazing.

  • Lionel Messi is now a nutrition scientist. Wow!
    Now, in serious terms, the problem for vegans is achieving high levels of protein without getting more carbs than protein. How do you reverse that? There are lots of fat vegans out there, and I don’t want to be one of them.

  • Dr. Muni in Seattle a cardiologist told me I’d be dead by next year because my LDL is so high as a carnivore desperately seeking a new doctor with no luck in my area

  • The view and points on fasting is starnge and really poor that the interviewer did not arrest it. The basic notion is wrong obviously, that “under 10% bodyfat, one lose relatively a lot of muscles on 2-3 days fasts. Firstly that is just not correct. Secondly, body builders are the worst example to use in this respect.

  • In regards to macros I wonder what Dr. Naiman would recommend for weight loss. I went to the P.E website and I must say it’s super confusing. It’d be cool if he could talk about this in regards to percentages.

  • It’s all getting too contradictory. Do they enjoy confusing the poor public who are trying to get healthy. So. Now Keto is under the bus and we’re having high protein with so many of the doctors saying it’s bad for us and now don’t put fat in your bulletproof coffee. I give up. I’m sure you started off wanting to educate and enlighten but what’s happening is the opposite. The average person doesn’t know what to eat anymore.

  • it-s always about the fat people, why never put a content about lean people who are active and need to put on muscle mass but at the same time want to keep a keto diet…no one cares about lean people. smh

  • best shape of my life was 18 % fat, 48 % protein, 34 % clean carbs. Have to try that again. Ballooning on carnivore. Not good when you have 50 excess fat lbs, and 10 excess lbs skin, muscle, tendons, cartilage to haul around the extra fat.

  • How to reduce fats without being ravenous? I tried eating just one serving of fat in a meal( 1 tbsp olive/coconut oil, or 1/2 avocado) but I was hungry all the time even while eating more protein and vegetables.

  • Energy energy energy energy energy energy energy… energy energy energy and energy energy�� Nothing and but wordplay. Dr. Jason Fung is like ��

  • I just listened to the entire podcast 2x, then bought the book 2x (and will probably buy more copies for friends and family). The book looks amazing.
    I’ve been off grains, sugar, and bad fats for almost 3 years, and have moved from LCHF to pretty much keto. Ted’s ideas make a lot of sense to me and I’m going to go about 45% 45% 10%carbs. While the low-carb / keto has been good (fasting insulin 1.4, HOMA-IR.03), this seems like a good neutral ground without going full on carnivore. 
    Thanks, Mike and Ted…much appreciated.

  • I really like the people you interview and their knowledge. However, I find your interviews too technical and not enough chat about actually what one should eat. Niaman did not really answer your questions about what foods vegetarians should eat.

  • Regarding fasting, Ted gave the number of 30 calories per 24 hours that can be provided by one pound of body fat. I find this interesting, and have searched for more information or research about this number, fat and muscle metabolism, etc. I haven’t found any sources for this information. Does anyone have any sources or places for more information? Thanks.

  • Here’s the thing about eating a low fat diet to lose fat… it’s not sustainable. You’re hungry all the time and you’re 10x more likely to give in to temptations. Losing fat is about consistency. So according to Dr. As a fat person what am I supposed to do to lose fat and get to the body weight that’s right for me? Low fat diets? I’ve done them my whole life they never work. I’ve lost over 100lbs doing keto and now trying to get the last 60 with carnivore but I know I’m eating too much protein and I cant seem to lose weight anymore.

  • Does it matter if you eat 2000 calories with fat, protein and carbs or 2000 calories just from protein and fat, you will still loose weight and get lean as long as you eat in a calorie deficit? Advise is much appreciated

  • Whenever I add avocado to my diet, I start packing on pounds. As for nuts, I’m like this guy; if I buy them, I eat them till gone (same with trail mix) So I’ve started avoiding both in general.

  • All this low carb, low fat. High fat with high carb will make you fat etc.. At the end of the day it is about calories. Even if you are eating pizza, fries and donuts you will not gain weight if you are eating calorie maintenance or you can actually lose weight if you are in calorie deficit. Even if this calories come from donuts and ice cream… So you really don’t need to eat keto or high carb low fat to maintain your weight or lose weight. Keep in mind that I was talking about weight not fat. If we want to change our body composition. Protein and moving your body will be important for sure.. So I see this podcast talk mainly about lack of self discipline. I get it that most people can’t eat just what their calorie counting is saying. They eat and eat and haven o problem eating their calories for whole day in one meal.. They are also lazy. They don’t want to move their body. Sweat is dirty word for them etc.. So it is about life style end everything together. No just about if you eat fats and carbs..

  • 1:01:39 Love your channel but I feel you have this backwards.We started on Atkins and we lost massive amounts of fat(150 pounds for me when I first did Atkins).Then LCHF took over and keto macros became the way to lose weight and guess what…..we stopped losing fat.
    EDIT…this is the way at least for me as I have been trying LC for around 3 decades.Thanks to Dr. Ted Naiman for reminding us!

  • I think many people would pay 50 bucks and more for a book this significant. I would buy several and distribute them to my doctors too.

  • Steak and Eggs! love it. I can really relate to the nut over eating problem. Makes sense for surviving winter. But thats not hard anymore with a furnace.

  • This is a little confusing. People like Dr Ber and Thomas De Lavier (don’t know how to spell) said that proteins shoud be consumed in moderation and are not as important as fast and other nutrients. Now here you’re saying the exact opposite?

  • I listened to the interview on your podcast twice, a lot of information to digest. This information may help me break my 8 month plateau. Just stopped losing weight after 18 months on keto even moving to carnivore. I’ll make a concerted effort to reduce my fat intake to lose the remaining 20 pounds. I’ve been a type 2 diabetic for close to 30 years. Last a1c test was 5.2 and trig were way under 100 but morning blood sugar is not consistently under 100. I would love to know how you know insulin resistance has resolved? My doctors are old school.

  • I love most of these swaps the only one I wouldn’t go for is the hot choc! I’ve tried those lighter hot choc sachets before and just haven’t enjoyed the taste, the sweetener is overpowering. However I do love making my own hot choc with rude health almond milk, coconut sugar and a teaspoon of cocoa powder. No idea what the macros are but I’m sure it’s healthier than a regular hot choc!

  • Yes Steak and eggs super best food l. Do this for over 14 years now strictly no more inflamations, lean body, good skin, good shape over all now I am 62.
    Swiss in Paraguay since 2014

  • How much is “one serving” for the chickpeas? Why not grams?
    Also…the chia pudding is High-FAT not, protein. Getting 14 grams of fat with only 8 grams of protein is not the best option.

  • 13:50. The question of how much fat and putting up the fat macros to 80% has to do with getting into nutritional ketosis. You don’t have to keep eating that much fat once you’ve adapted but do you have to up your fats in the beginning of the adaptation process to get into ketosis effectively. From personal experience I can see that when I use more lenient methods to adapt I don’t adapt. Eliminate all potentially harmful foods including nightshades and caffeine and many other things and then introduce them later when you’ve adapted. That’s what I’ve done multiple times and that’s what works best in my experience. You’re not eating all that fat because you need to you’re eating all that fat so that when you digest it the body starts to utilize it more because it’s in abundance while carbs are not available.

  • This discussion is mainly speculative and far too little evidence is cited. Of the rest, unfortunately, many of the statements made are in conflict with evidence-based research. (An example of incorrect claims would be artificial sweeteners which both recent and older research indicate to be inimical to weight loss.) Also, I would love to see research citations suggesting that high protein diets are superior to high fat diets for weight loss. Overall, it is hard to distinguish perhaps valuable insights from the made up speculation…

  • Awesome video, you really upgrade your material, Love your content bro:)! Maybe you can make the title of your video a little more appeling, by that I mean that they are in general too much in the detail, they are more adapted for researcher than for the general public. I encourage you to check out the title of the video of tom bilyeu on his “health theory show”.

  • Does that mean the ketogenic diet is not muscle sparing as per the stance of Jason Fung who says it does not make sense that a fat body would eat into muscle.. So is it only non obese people need to up their protein levels to compensate for less available body fat… Does this 30 cals limit per pound of body fat per 24hr…. Does this change along the duration of the fast…in a time dependent way… regardless of remaining fat… Where does fat adaptation come into this?I would love to be clearer on this….

  • Trust Dr Naiman to nail it. Outstanding, genuine original scientific thinker, with a great dose of common sense. If you enjoyed this, you will also love the interview with Dr Gominak on sleep, vitamins d and gut microbiome. Thank you Mike, friend, keep conversing. I’ll be listening!

  • I have a maintenance question. What are good practices to help pancreas, gallbladder, kidneys function at high levels? While on an appropriate protein first diet? Thanks.

  • I love the point made by Dr Naimen that you want to diet at the highest caloric level possible and the way to do that is to increase your protein intake ( for the thermodynamic affect (I think I have that right). I need to digest this. Personally, I have been losing weight steadily on keto (6 months) and the last month have stopped tracking and counting— I knew I increased calories and I still lost the usual amount of weight (7 pounds for the month)BUT I have noticed my stomach getting bigger and when I tracked, I see that I have accidentally increased my fat intake and lowered my protein. All this gives me food for thought— I need to up the protein and cut the dietary fat

  • Isn’t high FFA coming from high carb though? He is talking about T2D’s and ectopic fat (around the organs) when saying diabetics have too much fat IN their bodies. Excess glucose is stored in the adipocytes. If not enough subcutaneous adipocytes then it is stored as ectopic fat. This happens in real time of course so huge meals will store more.

  • A great theory, but probably backwards. We seek satiety, which occurs with also occurs when we high energy (ultra processed) foods but is not sustained. Of course food manufacturers make it hyper palatable and easy available so we will over consume it.

  • I can’t decide if I am a Ted Niaman fan or a Laul Salidino fan. Both of them make so much sense to me. And who has the time and discipline to go 90 days keto carnivore and then 90 days high protein no sugar no grains. I just want to know what’s the best.

  • I started keto last year after moving from low carb high protein. Straight away I gained 10kg as I was trying to satiate my hunger with poster boy high fat. Right now is my 1 year anniversary and it’s fair to say that high fat keto hasn’t worked for me. Going back to high protein diet. Thanks for this.

  • taking protein thermogenesis into account, may be protein leverage is a good idea…the only problem is, protein tastes dull without much fat…

  • I did low fat my whole life and have struggled with my weight. Since starting a LCHF diet I have lost and maintained a significant weight loss. The main change I made was increased fat. I also stopped dieting and eat to satiety.

  • I dont know what to believe anymore… everyone say a different thing go vegan go paleo go keto go high carb fuck sake give ma a break and tell me what to eat i am an ectomorph body type and ive been an athlete for over 30 years from a gymanst since i was 5 until 10 the did rowing for 4 years then bodybuilding for almost 22 years most of my life i was at high carb low fat diet eating 6 to 8 meals a day roughly 450 gr of carbs a day i cd never put on weight or fat the biggest i ever been or heaviest was 14 stone or 90 kg or something round 200lbs thats eating 8 meals reice chicken an broccoli every meal the max body fat i had was 9% now am sitting below 5% as am only eating 3 meals due to the lack of time can anyone tell me how to put a fat on u?

  • What if your lean and have IR? What do you do then? Naiman implies that obesity causes disease. Obesity is an arm of disease not a cause of disease. Naiman is just wrong on that.

  • It may go without saying, but that 6g of carbs for the chicken salad (and the rest of the nutritional info, for that matter) is without the bread.