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Nothing beats a good snack. They can revive us from a mid-afternoon slump at the work desk, fuel us through a busy day, and generally keep the hunger pangs at bay while we wistfully count down the hours until our next meal. However, when we feel the cravings for something sweet or salty kick in, many of us end up reaching for unhealthy snacks and sweets.

With more of us in the UK becoming aware of our health, there is a demand for tasty and budget-friendly morsels that are just as satisfying as their less nutritious counterparts. Read on for our guide on how to choose the best snacks for your lifestyle with advice from dietitian Jo Travers, and our top picks on Amazon, Tesco, and Asda for weight loss, or just a quick energising snacks on the go. We guarantee they are as delicious as they are healthy!  

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  • Last updated: 22-11-2021
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With Specialist Consultation From Dietitian Jo Travers

With Specialist Consultation From Dietitian Jo Travers

Jo Travers, author of The Bone Strength Plan is a professional, evidenced-based nutritionist in London. She has carried out over 1500 hours of one-to-one consultations with more than 600 clients, as well as the additional hours of workshops, research, and media work with the BBC, Channel 4, The Islam Channel, and more.


You can find her comprehensive catalogue of courses and guides for everything nutrition-related on her website, as well as absolutely delicious recipe ideas on her Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

How to Choose a Healthy Snack in the UK – Buying Guide

There are a myriad of snacks out there all claiming to be the healthiest and the most mouth-watering, but what should we look for when we all have different snacking requirements? Let’s get to the bottom of what you should, and shouldn’t, be tucking into for a guilt-free treat.

The Healthiest Snacks Contain Mostly Natural Ingredients

The Healthiest Snacks Contain Mostly Natural Ingredients

Mindless snacking can lead to weight gain and other health problems, but resisting the biscuits and crisps is no easy feat when you’re ready to tear open your lunchbox at 10am. Replacing empty calorie-laden snacks with those made from wholefoods ingredients can often be just as satisfying, and help you avoid the sugar crash. 


Look for snacks with ingredients high on the list that you can recognise and pronounce, such as grains, fruit, vegetables or familiar protein sources such as nuts. They will naturally be higher in vitamins, fibre and minerals, and some will even get you on your way to your 5 a day.


Steer clear of those with additives and processed ingredients. Some snacks may appear to be healthy if they are marketed as such, but even these can often be bulked out with fake ingredients that aren’t as good for us in the long run as the real thing.

Jo Travers
Dietitian
Jo Travers

Eating lots of processed food is associated with health problems like diabetes, heart disease and cancer, so although often convenient in the moment, processed snacks can actually cause long-term health problems if you eat them a lot


However, there are lots of genuinely healthy choices available to choose from now. Planning your snacks in advance is useful because you will have something healthy to hand when you are hungry and can prevent a trip to the biscuit tin!

Read the Label to Find Snacks With the Best Nutrients For Your Needs

We now know to choose real ingredients when perusing the online snack aisles, but their nutritional values are also an important part of finding your ideal hunger fix, and making it a healthy one. We’ll now shed some light on which of these can keep you full, curb your dessert cravings, and boost your energy.

Snacks With Protein and Complex Carbs Will Fill You Up for Longer

Snacks With Protein and Complex Carbs Will Fill You Up for Longer
Getting enough protein is a hot topic at the moment, but unless you’re very active you don’t really need to be consuming enormous amounts of it. Either way, the good thing about protein is that it can keep you fuller for longer.
Snacks with 5-10 grams of protein will do the job nicely for the average nibbler, but if you’re refuelling after a hard fitness session you could go for around 20g of protein with a source of carbohydrates to aid in muscle recovery. Some healthy protein sources to opt for could be nuts and seeds, or pulses and beans such as chickpeas and soya.
Snacks With Protein and Complex Carbs Will Fill You Up for Longer

Complex carbohydrates are another filling snack component, as they are digested slowly and high in fibre, which will boost your energy and keep you satiated until your next meal. This will be especially beneficial for dieters.


These complex carbs are mostly found in foods containing oats or other whole grains, pulses, nuts and fruit and veggies. Note that their amount isn’t too important unless you are limiting carbohydrates, so focus on snacks with these particular types of carbs rather than how much they contain.

Jo Travers
Dietitian
Jo Travers

Ultimately our bodies need all the different food groups to be healthy and getting a combination of a couple of food groups in a snack is more likely to solve your hunger and keep you going for longer rather than just eating one food group. Something with fibre like fruit or oats, and some protein is a winning combination

Choose Snacks Low in Sugar and Sweetened Naturally for a Sweet Fix

Choose Snacks Low in Sugar and Sweetened Naturally for a Sweet Fix

If you have a sweet tooth in the afternoon or after a meal, opt for snacks that contain natural sources of sweeteners for a smart swap. These could be dried fruits or unrefined sugars such as maple syrup. As well as being healthier, they won’t give you the “highs and lows” you feel after eating regular sugary snacks, which can be counterproductive at work or school.


Snacks with low or natural sugars will also be ideal for kid’s lunchboxes, as they will often taste just as good as a packet of sweets and still feel like a treat for them. Of course, a little sugar won’t do us much harm, but try to stick to snacks with around 5g per 100g. Anything with over 15g is considered “high sugar” and is best avoided unless as an occasional treat.

Jo Travers
Dietitian
Jo Travers

Sugary foods can cause blood sugar to spike which is always followed by a crash. This crash is bad for two reasons; it can mean the brain and other organs don't get the supply of glucose they need to function properly leaving us tired, and the sugar that caused the blood glucose to spike will get converted to fat and stored rather than being used. 


The upshot is that you haven't benefited from the snack and are probably going to be hungry again.

Be Mindful of Fats and Salt When Picking Your Snack

Be Mindful of Fats and Salt When Picking Your Snack
Sensible amounts of fat, particularly unsaturated, are a requirement of keeping us healthy and energised. But how much should be in our snacks? Check the nutritional values on the packet, and ideally opt for those with no more than 5-10g of saturated fat to keep cholesterol levels low.

Too much salt or sodium can raise our blood pressure. Whether you choose nuts, crisps, or crackers, foods with less than 140mg (0.14g) of sodium are considered low, so use this as a guideline when checking the labels to factor this into your daily intake.

Jo Travers
Dietitian
Jo Travers

Nuts and seeds are high in fat, and although these are good, heart-healthy fats in large portions can cause weight gain over time because of the high-calorie content. A small handful a day is a good amount to aim for. If this doesn't fill you up, have some fruit alongside for a really balanced snack.


Even sweet snacks can contain a considerable amount of salt by stealth! Salt is often used as a preservative as well as a flavour enhancer so can be found in snack foods with a long shelf-life.

Watch Out for High Calorie Snacks, Especially if You’re Inactive

Watch Out for High Calorie Snacks, Especially if You’re Inactive
For those watching their calorie intake for dietary reasons or general good health, it is recommended that your snacks (based on having two a day between meals) be around 200 calories each.
If you are active throughout the day you could probably handle a little more than this as your energy output will be greater. But if you are fairly static in your day to day life, for example working in an office or sitting down most of the day, this would be a good guideline to follow.
Jo Travers
Dietitian
Jo Travers

Your meals are the best place to get the bulk of your calories because they tend to be more balanced and (hopefully!) eaten away from a desk so you can eat more mindfully


Snacks on the other hand are often eaten on the go and it's easy to eat mindlessly and consume large amounts of calories without realising it! Try to give yourself a few minutes to concentrate on your snack so you get the most of it and don't over-eat without meaning to.

For Consistent Health Success, Go for Snacks That You Know You Enjoy

For Consistent Health Success, Go for Snacks That You Know You Enjoy
You may be a long term health nut or new to the world of eating well, but one of the most important factors to remember is to pick one you actually like the taste of! If you’re forcing down something you don’t like, you’re more likely to toss it aside and head to the illicit vending machine for a family size pack of chocolate.
If you hunt down snacks that are healthier versions of your favourite treats, such as low-calorie crisps, plain popcorn, unsalted nuts or bars made with fruit, you will be more likely to stick to your new healthy habits.
Jo Travers
Dietitian
Jo Travers

Eating should be enjoyable and a welcome break in your day. If you resent the snack you have chosen it's easy to become rebellious! Remember a snack can be a small portion of anything, so if you have some leftovers from last night's dinner that aren't enough for lunch, that will make a perfect tasty snack.

Top 10 Best Healthy Snacks in the UK

Now the time has come to share our top nibbles to graze on for a healthy lifestyle. We have included a mix of sweet and savoury to cover all your cravings, and we promise there’s not a cardboard tasting crisp or a flavourless biscuit in sight!
10

TrekOriginal Oat Protein Flapjack

16 Pack

£14.40

Protein (per bar)10.2 g
Complex CarbohydratesOats
Sugar12.2 g
Fat3.1 g
Salt0.5 g
Calories217 kcal
9
Protein (per oatcake)1.3 g
Complex CarbohydratesOats, chia seeds, flax seeds
Sugar0.1 g
Saturated Fat1.9 g
Salt0.18 g
Calories45 kcal
8

BEARStrawberry Pure Fruit YoYo’s

20g 18 Pack

£11.00

Protein (per YoYo)0.19 g
Complex CarbohydratesNo
Sugar3.78 g
Saturated Fat0.02 g
Salt0 g
Calories27 kcal
7
Protein (per packet)7.3 g
Complex CarbohydratesCashew nuts, chickpeas
Sugars1.4 g
Saturated Fat1.3 g
Salt0.36 g
Calories130 kcal
6

Eat RealQuinoa Cream and Chive Chips

30g 12 Pack

£6.49

Protein (per packet)2 g
Complex CarbohydratesQuinoa flour, lentil flour, pea flour
Sugar1 g
Saturated Fat1 g
Salt0.26 g
Calories170 kcal
5

Indie BaySpelt & Smokin’ BBQ Pretzel Bites

26g 14 Pack

£13.49

Protein (per packet)3.4 g
Complex CarbohydratesSpelt flour
Sugar1.2 g
Saturated Fat0.2 g
Salt0.6 g
Calories99 kcal
4

Deliciously EllaCacao and Almond Energy Balls

40g 12 Pack

£19.90

Protein (per pack)4.3 g
Complex CarbohydratesAlmonds, dates
Sugar12.6 g
Saturated Fat1.4 g
Salt0.02 g
Calories156 kcal
3
Protein (per packet)1.6 g
Complex CarbohydratesCorn
Sugar8.1 g
Saturated Fat0.4 g
Salt0.44 g
Calories135 kcal
2

KINDDark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt Bar

40g 12 Pack

£12.00

Protein (per bar)5.7 g
Complex CarbohydratesAlmonds, peanuts, walnuts
Sugar5.3 g
Saturated Fat3.1 g
Salt0.31 g
Calories199 kcal
1

HippeasOrganic Chickpea Puffs Take it Cheesy

22g 24 Pack

£19.84

Protein (per pack)3.2 g
Complex CarbohydratesChickpeas, quinoa
Sugar0.6 g
Saturated Fat0.4 g
Salt0.3 g
Calories89 kcal

Compare the Best Healthy Snacks

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1
Hippeas Organic Chickpea Puffs Take it Cheesy  1

Hippeas

2
KIND Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt Bar  1

KIND

3
Propercorn  Sweet & Salty Popcorn 1

Propercorn

4
Deliciously Ella Cacao and Almond Energy Balls 1

Deliciously Ella

5
Indie Bay Spelt & Smokin’ BBQ Pretzel Bites 1

Indie Bay

6
Eat Real Quinoa Cream and Chive Chips 1

Eat Real

7
Graze Veggie Protein Power 1

Graze

8
BEAR Strawberry Pure Fruit YoYo’s 1

BEAR

9
Nairn's Super Seeded Organic Oatcakes 1

Nairn's

10
Trek Original Oat Protein Flapjack 1

Trek

Name

Organic Chickpea Puffs Take it Cheesy

Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt Bar

Sweet & Salty Popcorn

Cacao and Almond Energy Balls

Spelt & Smokin’ BBQ Pretzel Bites

Quinoa Cream and Chive Chips

Veggie Protein Power

Strawberry Pure Fruit YoYo’s

Super Seeded Organic Oatcakes

Original Oat Protein Flapjack

Features

A Natural Cheesy Crisp Alternative With All the Taste

Simple and Natural Chocolate Nut Heaven

A Healthy Corn Nibble With a Divine Flavour

A Great Tasting Unprocessed Energy Boost

A Crunchy Low Calorie Alternative to Crisps with Wholefood Ingredients

Your New Favourite All Natural Healthier Crisp

A Yummy Alternative to Salted Nuts

Best for Kids and Candy Cravers

Additive Free Crunchy Crackers Packed With Nutritious Seeds

An All Natural Traditional Tasting Flapjack Made Healthy

Price£19.84£12.00£19.43£19.90£13.49£6.49£9.00£11.00£0.79£14.40
Protein (per pack)3.2 g5.7 g1.6 g4.3 g3.4 g2 g7.3 g0.19 g1.3 g10.2 g
Complex CarbohydratesChickpeas, quinoaAlmonds, peanuts, walnutsCornAlmonds, datesSpelt flourQuinoa flour, lentil flour, pea flourCashew nuts, chickpeasNoOats, chia seeds, flax seedsOats
Sugar0.6 g5.3 g8.1 g12.6 g1.2 g1 g1.4 g3.78 g0.1 g12.2 g
Saturated Fat0.4 g3.1 g0.4 g1.4 g0.2 g1 g1.3 g0.02 g1.9 g3.1 g
Salt0.3 g0.31 g0.44 g0.02 g0.6 g0.26 g0.36 g0 g0.18 g0.5 g
Calories89 kcal199 kcal135 kcal156 kcal99 kcal170 kcal130 kcal27 kcal45 kcal217 kcal
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Be Snack Savvy With Jo Travers' Advice on Nutritional Balance

Be Snack Savvy With Jo Travers' Advice on Nutritional Balance

"I like to get a couple of different food groups into a snack. It's more enjoyable and keeps me going for longer. Some examples are fruit and yogurt; cheese and oatcakes; nuts and raisins; carrots and hummus, and so on."


"Remember that snacking is an opportunity to consume some nutrients too, so if you don't quite make your five portions of fruit and veg every day, adding some to a snack can help get you there."

Other Healthy Foods to Add to Your Diet

Other Healthy Foods to Add to Your Diet

If you're just starting on the road to healthy eating, you'll know that healthy snacks aren't the only food to introduce into your diet. However, there's no need to look further; here at mybest we already have many articles about healthy (and delicious!) foods to buy online. 

Summary

Healthy snacks may not always be what they seem, but we hope our guide has shown you that you don’t have to compromise on taste by switching up some of your favourites or trying something new, and still satisfy a rumbling tum. Now that you have the tools you need to fuel your body the healthy way, we hope you enjoy your new nibbles!

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    There's nothing better on a chilly day than a cup of hot, fragrant tea. Herbal blends not only taste delicious and keep you hydrated, but they're low in calories and often have amazing health benefits like boosting energy levels, improving digestion, easing bloating, and staving off symptoms of a cold. Caffeine-free teas can also soothe anxiety and help you to sleep better at night, so they're ideal to sip before bed. If you're not sure where to start when shopping for a new herbal tea, read through our buying guide which covers the main factors you should consider. Plus, we've compiled a list of our favourites to buy at Amazon, eBay, and Tesco, from brands like T2, Yogi Tea, Teapigs, and Clipper. So, whether you're after fruity-flavoured tea bags or a luxurious loose leaf blend, we'll help you to find the perfect herbal cuppa!
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