Quest Nutrition: Indulgence Without Regret
So, it’s 1 AM and you’re thinking of going into the kitchen for a late-night snack. You’ve been promising yourself that you’re not going to indulge in fattening, unhealthy snacks, but you’re just too hungry to keep your cravings at bay. Does this sound familiar? Welcome to the club. Lots of people struggle with these kinds of cravings, choosing unhealthy options when they’re stressed out, feeling down, or because there’s nothing else in their house that will satisfy their desire for something salty or sweet. But you can enjoy delicious healthy snacks without ruining your diet. Quest Nutrition makes dozens of sweet and salty, yet healthy snacks that taste good and are good for you. Keep your diet on track with these convenient healthy snack foods.
Protein Chips Instead of Potato Chips
Who doesn’t love chowing down on a bowl of crispy potato chips when they’re watching their favorite show? But greasy snacks won’t do anything but expand your waistline. When you feel like enjoying something salty and crisp, reach for a bag of Quest Nutrition protein chips. They have 22 grams of protein nutrition for lasting energy and just 4 carbs. You can even get them in all your favorite flavors, including BBQ, sour cream & onion, salt & vinegar, and cheddar & sour cream. You don’t have to feel guilty afterward and your taste buds won’t even know the difference between Quest protein chips and regular potato chips.
Powerful Protein Instead of Empty Sweets
If you have a sweet tooth, all that extra sugar can leave you feeling bloated and frantic throughout the day with a major lapse in energy a few hours later. When we think of the typical dessert, we tend to imagine large portions of fattening cake, creamy frosting, or scoops of thick ice cream. But these items don’t offer a lot of nutritional value. Instead, try going for a protein cereal bar or a QuestBar. They might taste like a candy bar, but they’re actually full of healthy protein, so you don’t have to worry about eating a bunch of empty calories.
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