Welcome to 'Smart Snacking for Women Over 50: Manage Your Weight', your guide to a healthier lifestyle. We all adore snacks, right? Those little treats bring us joy. 

But sometimes, we reach for the wrong ones - crisps, sugary cereal bars, and delicious biscuits. It's natural! 

But here's the thing: we can make better choices. Choices that make us feel good inside and out.  

In this guide, we'll show you how to pick snacks that nourish your body and keep you feeling fabulous, no matter your age. 

As we get older, enjoying life becomes more important. But we also start worrying about our weight, especially around our middle.
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You want to indulge, savour a glass of wine, relish in delightful snacks, and best of all, to do this in the company of loved ones. However, you're mindful of the need to manage your weight. Shedding pounds seems daunting compared to gaining them. 

Here are tantalizing ideas to tempt your taste buds, ranging from effortless recipes to ones that demand a bit more effort. There's something for everyone - healthy and delightful. You get to pick the ones that suit you best.


Let's jump right in and explore why smart snacking for women over 50 is incredibly important. Why is it so important to opt for nutritious snacks over junk food? 

Nutritious snacks are crucial for women over 50 for several reasons.

Firstly, as we age, our nutritional needs change, and consuming nutrient-dense snacks ensures that we meet these changing requirements.

Why do our nutritional needs change?

As we age, our bodies undergo various physiological changes that can affect our nutritional needs. Some of the key factors contributing to these changes include: 

Metabolism: Our metabolism tends to slow down as we age, meaning that our bodies may require fewer calories to maintain weight. This shift in metabolism can influence our dietary requirements, including the need for fewer carbohydrates and fats. 

Hormonal changes: Women experience significant hormonal changes as they approach menopause, including a decline in oestrogen levels. These hormonal fluctuations can affect metabolism, appetite, and body composition - weight gain around our middle - leading to changes in nutritional needs.

Muscle mass: Aging is associated with a gradual loss of muscle mass. Losing muscle can make our bodies burn energy slower. This might mean we need to eat more protein to help keep our muscles strong and healthy.

Digestive changes: As we get older, our digestion might not work as well as it used to. This can make it harder for our bodies to absorb and use nutrients from the food we eat. For instance, some people might make less stomach acid or have changes in food motility, which can affect how well our bodies use the nutrients from food.

Nutrient absorption: Aging can affect the body's ability to absorb certain nutrients, such as vitamin B12, calcium, and vitamin D. This might mean we need to change what we eat or take supplements to make sure we get enough nutrients.

Nutritious snacks can help to support overall health and well-being, providing essential vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that help our bodies work well. Moreover, nutritious snacks can provide sustained energy levels throughout the day, helping to prevent energy crashes and fatigue.

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When we snack on unhealthy foods, several negative outcomes can occur:

  • Weight gain is likely due to the high calorie and fat content of many unhealthy snacks
  • Unhealthy snacks can negatively impact cholesterol levels, increasing the risk of heart disease
  • Poor snack choices can weaken the immune system, making you more susceptible to illnesses
  • Poor dental health, such as cavities and tooth decay
  • Increased risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and hypertension
  • Reduced energy levels and feelings of fatigue
  • Unhealthy snacks may contribute to mood swings and fluctuations in energy levels
  • Negative effects on skin health and appearance due to high sugar and fat intake
  • Consuming too many unhealthy snacks can lead to a decline in gut health, causing inflammation and digestive issues
In both the UK and the US, approximately 25% of our daily energy intake comes from snacks, making this a significant portion of our daily consumption.

But it's important to know that in both the UK and the US, a big chunk (almost 75%) of snack energy comes from really unhealthy, processed snacks.

Knowing this just emphasizes the importance of choosing nutritious snacks instead of junk food!



Carbohydrates are essential for providing energy, especially for women over 50 who may need sustained energy throughout the day. Opt for whole grains, fruits, and vegetables to fuel your body and maintain stable blood sugar levels.


Protein is crucial for supporting muscle mass, bone health, and hormone production, which become increasingly important as women age. Incorporate lean protein sources like poultry, fish, tofu, beans, and low-fat dairy into your diet to support overall health.


Healthy fats play a vital role in brain function, hormone balance, and joint health, all of which are important considerations for women over 50. Focus on incorporating sources of unsaturated fats, such as avocados, nuts, seeds, and olive oil, while limiting saturated and trans fats.



As women age, they may have different nutritional needs, including increased requirements for certain vitamins. Vitamin D, calcium, and vitamin B12 are particularly important for bone health and preventing osteoporosis. Ensure adequate intake of vitamin-rich foods or consider supplementation if necessary.


Women over 50 may also need to pay attention to their intake of minerals like calcium, magnesium, and potassium, which are essential for bone health, muscle function, and heart health. Incorporate a variety of nutrient-dense foods like leafy greens, dairy products, and nuts to meet your mineral needs.


Although water is not a micronutrient, I would like to mention it here. Proper hydration becomes increasingly important as women age, as dehydration can worsen symptoms like fatigue and joint pain. Aim to drink plenty of water throughout the day and include hydrating foods like fruits and vegetables in your diet to support overall hydration.

By knowing what foods help women over 50 and picking the good ones, you can feel stronger and happier as you get older. When we eat healthy snacks and take care of ourselves, we feel good inside and out. 

If you need help saying 'no' to unhealthy snacks and 'yes' to healthy ones, don't be afraid to ask your friends or partner to support you in your choices. Speak up about what foods you like when cooking or shopping, so you always have tasty, healthy snacks to keep you going. 
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While you understand the importance of a balanced diet, there are moments when you might grow weary of constantly aiming to be 'healthy'. We don’t always want to be sensible; sometimes, we just crave a snack. 

And that's where this article on 'smart snacking for women over 50' comes in - snacks don’t have to be unhealthy, and healthy snacks don't have to be boring. 
However, you do need to know some easy recipes to get started and improve your snacking habits. Discovering simple recipes makes it easier to make wise choices. Stay tuned, as I'll be sharing some easy recipes a bit later in this article!


This guide on smart snacking, balanced eating, and achieving your weight loss goals, is tailored specifically for fabulous women over 50!

Let's dive right in and uncover the secrets to feeling amazing, staying energized, and rocking that healthy weight you deserve.

First things first, let's talk about the power of making nutritious choices. Picture this: delicious snacks packed with fibre-rich goodness and protein-packed wonders that leave you feeling satisfied and ready to conquer the day. 

These snacks not only keep you full for longer but also support your digestion and help manage your weight effortlessly.
But wait, there's more! We've got an array of smart snack options waiting for you to explore. 

Think crunchy veggies with creamy hummus, juicy fruits paired with Greek yoghurt, or a handful of nuts and seeds for that perfect on-the-go boost.

With these tasty treats by your side, you'll never have to sacrifice flavour for health again!

Now, let's talk about getting active and moving your body. Whether it's a brisk walk in the park, a refreshing swim, or a fun dance session in your living room, finding ways to stay active is key to boosting your metabolism and shedding those stubborn pounds. 

Plus, regular physical activity helps you maintain muscle mass, leaving you feeling strong, toned, and ready to take on the world.

And don't forget about the importance of sleep and stress management. Getting enough shut-eye (aim for 7-9 hours a night!) and finding healthy ways to cope with stress are essential for keeping your hormones in check and supporting your weight loss journey. 

So go ahead, indulge in some self-care and watch those pounds melt away!

Last but not least, let's talk about hydration. Staying hydrated is your secret weapon against unnecessary snacking. 

By sipping on water throughout the day, you'll keep hunger at bay and ensure your body is functioning at its best. So grab that water bottle and drink up, beautiful!

With these tips and tricks up your sleeve, you'll be well on your way to smart snacking, balanced eating, and achieving your weight loss goals with ease.



  • To feel full for longer
  • Supports digestion
  • Aids in weight management


  • Controlling appetite
  • Preserve muscle mass while promoting fat loss


Physical activity: Get your heart rate up and burn calories, you can help your body burn calories faster. walking, jogging, biking, swimming, or lifting weights are great options.

Sleep and stress management. When you're well-rested, your body is better able to regulate hormones that control hunger and fullness, such as leptin and ghrelin

This means you're less likely to overeat or make unhealthy food choices due to fatigue.

Gut health: A healthy gut helps your body digest food better, and absorb important nutrients. If your gut isn't healthy, it can cause inflammation and mess up your hormones, which might make it harder to lose weight, especially around your belly.

Balanced diet: A balanced diet is crucial for managing weight effectively. It includes nutrient-rich foods like fruits, veggies, lean meats, whole grains, and healthy fats. 

These foods provide essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants while keeping you full and satisfied. This helps control your calorie intake and supports overall health.
Portion control: Using smaller plates, measuring servings, and paying attention to what you eat can also help you manage your weight better.

Pair snacks with physical activity to boost your energy! Have fruits or granola bars before your workout for quick fuel.

Afterwards, enjoy protein-rich snacks for muscle recovery and satisfaction. The right snacks will help you conquer workouts and feel amazing!

Stay hydrated: Stay hydrated to avoid unnecessary snacking! Drinking enough water helps your body function well, aids digestion, and regulates body temperature. 

Plus, it can prevent mistaking thirst for hunger, helping you avoid unnecessary snacks.


Here are some lovely snack smart ideas to manage your weight effectively. These smart choices are packed with nutrients and flavour, perfect for women over 50. 
Note: If you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed, please refrain from using them in your snacks. Safety first!


Here are a few easy healthy snack ideas for work, along with snacks you can buy off the shelf. These lunch snack ideas are perfect for staying energized throughout the day.


Indulge in these quick and effortless nutritious snacks, designed to satisfy your cravings in just five minutes.


Delight in these wholesome homemade snacks that demand a touch more preparation, promising a flavourful payoff for your efforts.

4 Cheese Muffins on a plate

Lean Mean Cheese Muffin


  • 1 cup whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 1 ripe banana
  • ¼ cup honey
  • ¾ cup fat-free Greek or natural yogurt
  • 75g low-fat grated cheese
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt


Preheat your oven to 180°C. In a large mixing bowl, combine the whole wheat flour, rolled oats, baking powder, and salt.

In a separate bowl, mash the banana and mix it with the honey and yoghurt.

Pour this into the large bowl of dry ingredients and mix well until you have a smooth batter.

Fold in most of the grated cheese, reserving some for topping the muffins.

Spoon the batter into cupcake cases, filling each about three-quarters full.

Sprinkle the remaining grated cheese over the tops of the muffins.

Bake in the preheated oven for 20-25 minutes, or until the muffins are golden and have risen.

Allow to cool. Enjoy your nutritious muffins!

Baked courgette fries on a plate

Baked Courgette Fries


  • 1 courgette
  • 4 tbsp breadcrumbs
  • 3 tbsp parmesan
  • 1 tsp Italian spices, such as basil, oregano, thyme and rosemary
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 egg
  • flour


Place the flour in one bowl and all the other ingredients (except the courgette) in separate bowls.

Cut the courgette into sticks approximately 10 cm long and 1.5 cm thick.

Preheat the oven to 200°C.

Coat each courgette stick in flour, then dip it in the egg, and finally roll it in the mixed ingredients.

Arrange the coated courgette sticks on a baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes.

Prepare a healthy dip to accompany the baked courgette sticks, and voila, they're ready to eat!

Baked kale chips on a baking tray

Baked Kale Chips


  • Kale leaves
  • Olive oil
  • Coarse salt


Preheat the oven to a temperature between 175°C to 200°C.

Wash and thoroughly dry the kale leaves. They must be completely dry.

Coat the leaves carefully with a minimal amount of olive oil. Be cautious not to use too much oil, as it can prevent them from crisping up properly.

Sprinkle coarse salt over the oiled kale leaves.

Spread the coated kale leaves out on a baking sheet in a single layer.

Bake the kale chips at a low temperature for 8 minutes on one side.

After 8 minutes, carefully flip the kale chips over and bake for approximately 2 to 4 minutes more.

Keep an eye on them and avoid waiting until they turn brown, as they can quickly burn and taste bitter.

Once done, remove them from the oven and let them cool before serving. Enjoy your crispy kale chips!

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Sweet Potato crisps on grease proof paper

Sweet Potato Crisps


  • 1 sweet potato
  • olive oil
  • salt & pepper


Preheat the oven to 165°C.

Line 2 or 3 baking trays with parchment paper and set them aside.

Wash the sweet potatoes thoroughly, leaving the skin on, and slice them very thinly.

Place the sliced sweet potatoes in a bowl of cold water for a few minutes.

Remove the sweet potato slices from the water and pat them dry with a clean tea towel or kitchen paper.

In a separate bowl, mix olive oil, salt, and pepper, then add the sweet potato slices. Ensure each slice is lightly coated with the oil mixture.

Arrange the sweet potato slices in a single layer on the prepared baking trays. Sprinkle a bit more salt over the slices.

Bake for 20-25 minutes, keeping a close eye on them as they can brown quickly.

Remove the sweet potato fries from the oven as soon as they turn golden.

Allow them to cool down on the baking trays before serving.

While waiting for the above to bake, make yourself a delicious healthy dip to go with it.

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Aubergine and chickpea balls, served hot with a dip

Aubergine & Chickpea Appetizers


  • 3 large aubergines, halved and scored on the cut side
  • 2 tbsp gram flour
  • spray oil
  • 2 large garlic cloves, peeled
  • 2 tsp coriander
  • 2 tsp cumin seeds
  • 400g can chickpeas, drained
  • 1 lemon, zest and juice of half
  • 3 tbsp breadcrumbs


Preheat oven to 200°C (180°C fan/gas 6).

Score the half aubergine and spray oil on the flesh.

Roast aubergine halves (cut side on top) with garlic, coriander, and cumin seeds for 40 mins.

Scoop aubergine flesh into a bowl, and add chickpeas, flour, lemon zest, and juice. Mash and season.

Shape mixture into 20 balls and chill for 30 mins.

Roll in breadcrumbs, then bake at 180°C for 20 mins.

Serve with a healthy dip.

Quinoa Broccoli snacks on a plate with garnish

Quinoa Broccoli Bites


  • 150 - 200g broccoli florets
  • 130g cooked quinoa
  • 60g grated halloumi cheese
  • Onion, trimmed and chopped
  • 2 eggs, lightly whisked


Preheat oven to 200°C and line a baking tray.

Cook broccoli for 1 minute, then drain it and hold it under cold water.

Drain and put it in a food process, together with cooked quinoa, halloumi, onion, and eggs. Season it with some pepper and salt.

Shape into little bite-size treats, spray with oil, and bake for 15 minutes until golden.

Serve hot, with a healthy dip. 


Dive into the world of healthy dips, where vibrant flavours and nutritious ingredients come together to elevate your snacking experience.

Harissa Dip: Harissa, a fiery chilli paste, adds a spicy kick to this dip. Simply blend 1 tablespoon of harissa with 150 grams of Greek yogurt, then chill in the fridge. Enjoy!

Zesty Yoghurt Fiesta Dip: Combine Greek yoghurt with cayenne pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, worcestershire sauce, and dill. Mix well, then garnish with chopped chives. Enjoy this flavourful dip! 

Sweet 'n Saucy Soy Drizzle: Combine soy sauce, honey, minced ginger, sesame oil, and red pepper flakes in a bowl. Whisk until well mixed. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour. Before serving, sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds.
Tangy Yoghurt Delight

  • 1 cup of thick Greek yoghurt
  • 1 minced garlic clove
  • Juice from half a lemon
  • 1 small cucumber
  • Sea salt to taste.

Grate the cucumber onto a paper towel-lined cutting board.
Cover the grated cucumber with more paper towels and press to remove excess moisture.
Sprinkle the cucumber with sea salt and set aside.
In a mixing bowl, combine the yoghurt, minced garlic, and lemon juice.
Add the prepared cucumber to the yoghurt mixture and stir well.
Serve and enjoy your refreshing homemade tzatziki dip!

Tomato Twist Dip: Use 6 plum tomatoes, a small pepper, 5 garlic cloves, a tablespoon of olive oil, salt, pepper, cumin, a teaspoon of sugar, and 2 tablespoons of tomato paste. 
Dice the tomatoes and pepper, and place them in the food processor. Then, add all the remaining ingredients except for the olive oil.

Now, fire up the blender on its highest setting and slowly drizzle in the olive oil. Let everything blend for at least five minutes until you have a smooth and flavorful dip.


Indulge guilt-free with Slim Sips: tantalizing low-calorie alcoholic drinks or non-alcoholic drinks that satisfy your cravings without tipping the scale.


Infused Water: Add slices of cucumber, lemon, and mint to a pitcher of water for a refreshing and hydrating beverage.

Iced Herbal Tea: Brew herbal teas like chamomile, peppermint, or hibiscus and chill them in the refrigerator for a refreshing and calorie-free beverage.

Golden Milk: Mix turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, and honey into warm milk for a soothing and anti-inflammatory drink.
Sangria Mocktail: Combine cranberry juice, orange juice, sliced fruit (such as oranges, lemons, and berries), and a splash of club soda. Serve chilled over ice for a fruity and vibrant drink.

Sparkling Water with Citrus: Add a splash of fresh-squeezed orange, lime, or grapefruit juice to sparkling water for a fizzy and flavorful treat without added sugars.

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Iced Coffee with Almond Milk: Brew a strong cup of coffee and let it cool. Pour it over ice cubes and add a splash of unsweetened almond milk for a creamy and low-calorie pick-me-up.

Paloma Mocktail: Mix grapefruit juice with lime juice, a splash of club soda, and a pinch of salt. Serve over ice with a grapefruit wedge for a zesty and refreshing beverage.


White Wine Spritzer: Mix equal parts of white wine with soda water over ice. Add a splash of lemon or lime juice for extra flavour.

Skinny Margarita: Combine one shot of tequila with fresh lime juice and a splash of orange liqueur. Shake with ice and strain into a glass rimmed with salt.

Aperol Spritz: Mix Aperol with soda water and a splash of prosecco. Serve over ice with a slice of orange for a refreshing and light cocktail.

Shandy: A mixture of beer and lemon-lime soda or ginger ale, served over ice. It's light, fizzy, and perfect for a hot day.


When you're trying to drop some pounds, it's not just about picking the healthy stuff—it's also about how much you munch on. Snacking too much, whether it's carrots or chips, can lead to extra calories piling up.

What is important in snacking: PORTION

To stop the endless snacking cycle, make sure you're starting with a balanced diet, which includes for example fibre-rich oats, veggies, fruits, and lean meats. 

You can find more about this in the article ‘UNLOCKING THE TRUTH: WEIGHT LOSS FOR WOMEN OVER 50 – MYTHS AND FACTS’.

Feeling full helps put the brakes on snacking overload. We've loaded you up with heaps of healthy snack ideas, so start trading out your not-so-healthy nibbles for better options.

3 Baguette slices with toppings
Getting used to healthier eating can take a bit of time, depending on your taste buds, habits, and what keeps you motivated. It might take a few weeks or even a few months to fully settle into a healthier routine.

During this change, keep on choosing healthy bites regularly, adding in more nutritious foods here and there. Trying new flavours and dishes can help keep things exciting. 

And remember, focusing on all the good stuff about eating healthy makes the whole transition smoother. When it comes to snacking, keep an eye on your portion sizes. 

A handful of mixed nuts is plenty. And be mindful of fruits with natural sugars, like grapes, bananas, mangos, and cherries.

What is important in snacking: TIME

When you snack - time of snacking - try NOT to snack in the evening, even if you have healthy snack options.

The time frame: have a longer time for your body to settle down and rest and repair.

The importance of timing your snacks and knowing when to avoid them might not be the news you're eager to hear, but it's crucial for your well-being. 

Opting for healthy snacks between meals nourishes your body with essential nutrients, keeping you fuelled throughout the day and ensuring you stay energized.

Timing matters when it comes to snacking. Instead of worrying about how often you snack, focus on upgrading the quality and timing of your snacks. 
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Giving your body a break from food overnight is like giving it a mini detox while you sleep, setting you up for a vibrant start to the day. 

The findings from ZOE Predict show that individuals who enjoy longer rest periods experience better metabolic outcomes, including reduced inflammation, improved glucose control, and healthier blood lipid levels, even without changing their diet.

It's remarkable how sleep can profoundly impact our health.

It's crucial to have a winding-down period before bed, aligning with the concept of time-restricted eating. This involves maintaining at least a 12-hour gap between your last meal of the day and your first substantial meal the next day.

When it comes to evening snacking, aim to do it earlier in the evening, not right before bedtime. Research indicates that restricting late-night snacking can promote weight loss and better heart health. 

Late-night snacking is linked to negative outcomes, possibly because the body has less time to repair itself overnight. This underscores the importance of choosing nutritious foods earlier in the day for a healthier lifestyle.


what are the benefits of incorporating protein-rich snacks into my diet?

Adding protein-rich snacks to your diet has some awesome perks:

  • Keeps you feeling full and satisfied, so you're less likely to reach for extra snacks.
  • Helps your muscles repair and grow stronger, especially if you're into fitness or working out.
  • Gives your metabolism a little boost, helping you burn more calories.
  • Keeps your blood sugar levels steady, so you don't crash and crave sugary treats. 

So, snacking on protein-rich foods not only helps with weight goals but also keeps you feeling energized and strong!

can healthy snacks help improve energy levels and focus throughout the day?

Absolutely! Healthy snacks can be like little bursts of energy that keep you going strong all day long. Here's how:

  • Fuel for Your Brain: Nutrient-packed snacks provide your brain with the energy it needs to stay focused and alert.
  • Steady Energy: Healthy snacks, especially those rich in complex carbs and protein, release energy slowly, preventing those midday slumps.
  • Boost Mood: Eating nutritious snacks can help regulate your mood, keeping you feeling positive and productive.
  • Sharpens Concentration: By keeping hunger at bay, healthy snacks help you stay sharp and focused on the task at hand.

So, when you snack smart, you're not just satisfying hunger – you're also giving your body and mind the fuel they need to perform at their best!

What are some budget-friendly healthy snack ideas?

Healthy snacking doesn't have to break the bank. Here are some wallet-friendly options:

  • Fruits and Veggies: Apples, bananas, carrots, and cucumber slices are not only nutritious but also budget-friendly.
  • Homemade Trail Mix: Combine nuts, seeds, and dried fruits for a satisfying and economical snack.
  • Yogurt Medley: Layer low-fat yoghurt with granola and fresh fruit for a tasty and affordable treat.
  • Popcorn: Air-popped popcorn is a low-cost whole-grain snack that's high in fibre and satisfying.
  • DIY Veggie Sticks: Cut up your own veggies like bell peppers, celery, and cherry tomatoes for a crunchy and inexpensive snack.

With a little creativity and planning, you can enjoy delicious and nutritious snacks without breaking the bank!

What are the top tips for healthier snacking and satisfying hunger between meals?

Here are some quick tips for satisfying hunger between meals with healthy snacks:

  • Go for protein-packed snacks like Greek yoghurt or nuts to keep you feeling full and satisfied.
  • Load up on fibre-rich foods such as fruits and veggies to curb cravings and keep your tummy happy.
  • Don't forget about healthy fats! Avocados, nut butter, and seeds can provide a tasty and filling snack option.
  • Keep portions in check to avoid overeating. Pre-portioned snacks can help you stay on track.
  • Stay hydrated! Sometimes thirst can mimic hunger, so drink plenty of water throughout the day.
  • Plan ahead by prepping snacks in advance, so you're ready when hunger strikes.
    Listen to your body's cues and choose snacks that make you feel good inside and out!

By following these simple tips, you'll be satisfying your hunger with nutritious snacks that keep you energized and focused throughout the day.

give me some snack ideas to lose belly weight

Here are some snack ideas to help you trim that belly:

  • Berry-packed Greek yoghurt: Creamy yoghurt loaded with berries for a satisfying treat that crushes cravings.
  • Avocado toast on whole grain: Creamy avocado on crunchy whole grain toast, a guilt-free snack to keep you fuelled.
  • Crunchy veggies with hummus: Dip into a bowl of hummus with colourful veggie sticks for a satisfying crunch.
  • Cottage cheese with fruit slices: Creamy cottage cheese paired with sweet fruit slices, a tasty combo to keep you full.
  • Hard-boiled eggs: Simple, protein-packed snack to keep you satisfied and focused.

Remember, portion control is key when snacking for weight loss. Pair these snacks with a balanced diet and regular exercise for best results.


Here you have it: quick and nutritious snack ideas, crucial for women over 50. Get inspired by these healthy options and unleash your creativity to tailor snacks to your liking. Remember, portion control and timing are key. 

If you're on a weight loss journey, incorporating healthy snacks into your diet and lifestyle is essential. Don't forget to prioritize sleep, manage stress, exercise, and stay hydrated for overall well-being.

And hey, snack on, but snack smart!

Birgit is a compassionate guide specializing in supporting senior women through life's transitions. Alongside her dedication to this cause, she finds joy in teaching piano, nurturing her garden, cherishing family moments, and enjoying walks. These activities fuel her creativity and bring depth and richness to her life.

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