You may have your favorite snacks that will work for this program already picked out but perhaps you need some additional ideas to avoid boredom. If you are new to snacking, I do recommend eating something every 3 hours in this program.
It doesn't have to be much but do fuel your body with nutrient dense food that will not spike your blood sugar to aid in speeding up the metabolism.
Successful snacking happens when you are armed with some quick and easy ideas of what to eat at the forefront of your brain. That way you are less likely to grab what may not serve you.
Here is a list of snack ideas for you:
Crispy, roasted coconut curry pumpkin seeds (recipe link)
Cucumber slices with hummus
Dried apples and walnuts
Celery with sunflower butter
Carrot sticks with guacamole
Hard boiled egg with avocado drizzled with olive oil/lemon dressing with salt and pepper
Berries with plain or vanilla coconut yogurt
Nori (Seaweed) sheets
Low GI homemade muffin (Apricot Orange & Blueberry Lemon -hover over for recipe link)
1 slice of Ezekiel bread dipped in olive oil with rosemary
Small bowl of your last left over low glycemic meal
Any low GI fruit such as apples, pears, grapefruit, berries....
Any low GI veggies such as broccoli, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes... (try my fresh and zesy green sauce for dressing- recipe link)
Feel free to let me know if what you have in mind for snacking would be approved for Shed the Pounds.