So what are these 10 high protein low carb snacks that is nutritional and healthy. Well, Whoever coined the term health is wealth’ is a genius. In the busy lifestyles most of us lead nowadays, maintaining a healthy diet full of balance and nutrition is not always possible.

We always seem to be on the run, and often end up even missing meals. Once hunger strikes, we end up opting for snacks which might not have the highest nutritional content.

Most of these packaged snacks condition high amounts of sugar and fats, and constant snacking on these products can have adverse effects on our health.

The smart option is to switch over to healthy and delicious snacking options, which fill you up, while not making you feel bloated and consume excess sugars and fats. Here are 10 delicious high proteins, low carb snacks which you can carry with you the next time you are craving a tasty snack:

1. Greek Yogurt

Greek Yogurt

While you can opt for normal yogurts as well, Greek Yogurt has slightly higher protein content (20 grams of protein) as compared to ordinary yogurt (14 to 15 grams of protein) in one serving. Greek Yogurt is available in many flavours, so you never get bored while snacking. It is noteworthy that yogurt is rich in calcium, which is beneficial for the bones.

2. Eggs


Eggs are a great source of protein, and can be made in several different ways to suit your liking. However, in order to keep the recipe as simple and healthy as possible, try and not add oils, butter and fats to your eggs. The best ways to snack on your eggs would be to opt for hard boiled eggs. You can always top them up with a little bit of salt and mayo (low fat), to add some extra flavour.

3. Protein Shakes

Protein Shake

Organic protein shakes can be a great snack for when you are just starving and need to go for a quick snack without loading up on calories. You can always add some raw fruits or vegetables to your protein shake to add some taste to it before you drink it up.

4. Nuts


Many people believe that nuts are full of fat, which is partially true, but nuts are actually full of good fat. Nuts like peanuts, almonds, walnuts, pistachios, are full of protein and can be a very tasty snack. However, opt for the non-flavoured and non-salted versions, as you don’t want to be snacking on excess sodium.

5. Cheese


Cheese can be an excellent source of not only protein but also calcium when taken at the appropriate amounts. When you are feeling hungry or weak, a small snack of string cheese or a cheese cube can instantly get your energy levels up and boost your metabolism.

6. Chickpeas


Chickpeas are a big nutritional boost in a small package. Not only are they big on proteins, fibers and nutrients, but they also help reduce several conditions such as diabetes, heart diseases and even some forms of cancer. You can roast your chickpeas in some olive oil, adding a little bit of seasoning, and enjoy your healthy snack.

7. Protein Bars

Protein Bars

If you find yourself really busy with no time to make a little snack for yourself, you can always opt for a protein bar. These mini bars are filled to the brim with proteins, nutrients and just the right amount of energy that you need to keep you going till your next meal. However, if you don’t prefer having the packaged versions, you can always make your own protein bars using a variety of nuts, honey, oats and other delicious items.

8. Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin Seeds

A perfect snack when you are craving that little pick me up but do not want to get your hands dirty with a big, sticky snack. Pop in some pumpkin seeds into your lunch box, and the fibers and protein in the seeds will ensure that you feel full and satisfied until you can get to your next meal. Pumpkin seeds are also known to be great for preventing certain cancers. These little seeds contain high amounts of good fat, which can help prevent heart diseases.

9. Oats


Oats on their own, might not always be the most delicious item to snack on. However, if you can combine them with some other tasty items such as almonds and a little bit of honey, you have got yourself the perfect healthy, high protein and low carb food to snack on!

10. Popcorn


Who knew that your favourite movie theatre snack could be so nutritious? Studies have revealed that popcorn is in fact, a great, healthy snack for you. However, you should keep in mind that this only applies to the normal, unflavoured popcorn. Butter popcorn or cheese popcorn might have the reverse effects on you! Popcorn is also extremely filling, and is sure to keep you full until your next meal.


Finding the right, healthy snack can be a difficult task. With the right attitude and the right ingredients, you can make your own healthy, tasty and extremely nutritious snack the next time you feel any hunger pangs!