• Snack Ideas on Gluten Free Lifestyle

    It may be challenging at first to find good wheat free snack but, it won’t take you long to be a pro in finding a good nutritious wheat free snack. It is important first to make sure you are not dehydrated so be sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day. It is easy to mistake thirst for hunger pangs. It is a good idea to aim for eight to ten glasses of water a day. If you live in a hot climate, drink a few more glasses to make sure you do not get dehydrated.

    A good snack idea is sweet potato fries. Alexia brand makes gluten free sweet potato fry. They are delicious. I have used them myself in the past. Even my picky eating husband loves them. They are good with organic gluten free catsup.

    Another good snack idea is frozen grapes. I first saw this idea on Big Brother a few seasons back. One of the contestants loved frozen grapes. She swore it helped you not eat so much junk food, and it works. They are crunchy and sweet. It’s the perfect treat.

    One of my personal favorites is peanut butter on celery. I personally am a peanut butter addict. I even add it to my almond milk shakes. The celery with the peanut butter is a great snack because peanut butter is pack with protein and celery is great for lower blood pressure naturally.

    My last snack idea is one I use for myself: hardboiled eggs. I love a good hardboiled egg. It’s low carb and so low on calories for the nutrition it provides. I typically boil on Sunday nine hardboiled eggs.  All week I have those eggs at easy reach and peeled already. I have no excuses then not to eat well.

    The ideas for snack ideas are endless. You are only limited by your imagination. Other good ideas are natural almonds or fresh peeled fruits. It is important for you when eating wheat free to incorporate snacks every day to keep your metabolism running well. Also, when you eat healthy whole foods, you feel better.