Or boil half a dozen eggs (or more).
These guys make great portable snacks (just add salt and pepper), OR you can slice them up and toss them in salads, on sandwiches, and more. Each egg is under 100 calories and has over 7 grams of protein to help you feel more satisfied.Read How to Make the Perfect Boiled Egg, Every Time, Every Way, on Greatist, for more info.
A person only needs about 44 grams of protein per day. Broccoli has 12 grams per 100 calories, steak has 6 grams. No one in the United States has ever been hospitalized for a protein deficiency. Ever.
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100 calorie nuts All calories are for one ounce, but they also give the quantity: Walnuts: 14 nut halves = 185 calories Sunflower Seeds – 1/4 cup = 165 calories Almonds – 22 nuts = 169 calories Peanuts – 25 nuts = 166 calories Macadamia Nuts – 10 nuts = 204 calories Pecans – 19 nut halves = 196 calories Pistachios – 49 nuts = 161 calories
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