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20 Best Low-Sugar Snacks

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Christina Stiehl of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 21: Feed your snack cravings and stay satisfied in between meals with these grocery store picks that won’t blow your diet. If you’ve made a commitment to cut back on sugar, then congratulations—you are making a positive step in the right direction for not just your waistline, but also your overall health. Sugar has been linked to obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic diseases.But even if you’ve made a commitment to cut back on sweets (think: soda, candy, cookies, and other baked goods), you could still be unknowingly ingesting inflammatory sugar with so-called “healthy” snacks such as protein bars and granola.Luckily, we’ve rounded up our favorite low-sugar snacks that will tide you over between meals without blowing through your daily intake of sugar—the American Heart Association recommends no more than 25 grams of added sugar a day for women, 36 grams for men. Each of these items has 7 or fewer grams of sugar. And if you’re looking for more low-sugar snacks, check out our list of the 25 Best & Worst Low-Sugar Protein Bars.

20 Best Low-Sugar Snacks

Feed your snack cravings and stay satisfied in between meals with these grocery store picks that won’t blow your diet. If you’ve made a commitment to cut back on sugar, then congratulations—you are making a positive step in the right direction for not just your waistline, but also your overall health. Sugar has been linked to obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic diseases.But even if you’ve made a commitment to cut back on sweets (think: soda, candy, cookies, and other baked goods), you could still be unknowingly ingesting inflammatory sugar with so-called “healthy” snacks such as protein bars and granola.Luckily, we’ve rounded up our favorite low-sugar snacks that will tide you over between meals without blowing through your daily intake of sugar—the American Heart Association recommends no more than 25 grams of added sugar a day for women, 36 grams for men. Each of these items has 7 or fewer grams of sugar. And if you’re looking for more low-sugar snacks, check out our list of the 25 Best & Worst Low-Sugar Protein Bars.
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