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Looking for healthier snack options? Let me help you!

Are you tired of facing the daily dilemma of wanting snacks but also wanting to stay healthy? I've got a guide for you to some delicious treats that will satisfy your cravings without compromising your health goals. Even though ideally, eating three meals daily without snacking is the gold standard. But, life happens and cravings hit, so here it goes!

The Snack Dilemma

Often our favorite treats are loaded with sugar, salt, bad fats (i.e., industrial oils), and preservatives that can leave us feeling sluggish, and regretful, and drive up inflammation contributing to chronic disease. Not what we want from our snack! We searched high and low for healthier options that met strict criteria (see list below).

The HW Team taste-tired and narrowed down the following snacks that are free of the following:

  • No chemical/artificial food dye/colorings 

  • No chemical preservatives 

  • No BHT

  • No corn syrup 

  • No high fructose corn syrup

  • No agave 

  • No industrial seed oils (i.e., corn, canola, vegetable, linseed, grapeseed oils, etc.)

  • No petroleum 

  • No carrageenan 

  • No "natural flavor" (*unless stated what it is, so you know!)

  • No gluten

  • No dairy

  • Less sugar


Smart Sweets Sweet Fish

Smart Sweets Lollipops

Caramel Tasting Addition

Goddess Ghee Brown Butter

Dairy Alternative & Frozen Treats

Protein Forward


Chips & Crackers

Drinks & Mocktails

OLIPOP Ginger Ale

Green Bee Honey Sodas

Curious Elixirs Cocktails

In Conclusion

With a little creativity, planning, and some thoughtful choices, you can make happier and healthier choices. So the next time you feel a snack attack coming on, consider reaching for a healthier option that will fuel your body and satisfy your taste buds.

Need help structuring a diet, and making healthier choices supported with herbs? Book your session today!

Taste research conducted by Natalie Hinojosa & Ashley Bissonnette-Murphy, updated July 2024.

This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. This is for educational purposes only, to help you make informed choices.

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