via halotop.comIf you're the kind of person that might visit the best ice cream shops in every state, this one's for you: Ice cream is no longer a guilty pleasure with Halo Top. Not only does this frozen dessert have a clean list of ingredients, protein AND fiber, but it's low in fat, calories (240-360 for the WHOLE pint) cholesterol, sugar and by some miracle, has a creamy texture. The best flavors are vanilla-based (think Birthday Cake, Mint Chip, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough).
via navitasorganics.comDieters always need more healthy snacks, right? Navitas Organics is a health nut go-to brand for all things superfoods. Among their standouts are their Power Snacks, including Coffee Cacao and Blueberry Hemp, which are packed with vitamins, nutrients, and a long list of plant-based superfoods.
via newpop.comPopcorn brand New Pop is the first skinless popcorn (no kernels getting stuck in your teeth!) and clocks in at only 32 calories per cup. They also have some fiber and zero fat, plus no oils, salt, or butter. The popcorn comes in three preservative-free flavors: Original, Hot & Sweet, and Sweet Cinnamon. (Here's the secret to making amazing DIY popcorn.)
Spry Dental Defense
via xlear.comThe Spry Dental Defense system makes gums and mints in a variety of flavors sweetened with xylitol, a natural sweetener that's much lower in calories than sugar and has less of an impact on blood sugar. Xylitol also moisturizes, helping to cleanse your mouth as you chew. Plus, these gums and mints will work to freshen your breath along with these eight foods.
via arteasan.comArteasan makes 5-calorie ready-to-drink iced tea infusions—flavors include Matcha Tea with Watermelon & Mint and an Oolong Tea with Pineapple & Ginger—each of which has less than one gram of sugar and only non-GMO ingredients. You'll never crave chemical and sugar filled Snapple again.
via polarseltzerade.comDo you know the difference between club soda and seltzer? Here's the essentials. And if you haven't tried Polar Seltzer before, now's the time. The 130-year-old company just launched a sister drink, Polar Seltzer'ade and it has relegated La Croix to the sidelines. Like the original, the new bubbly drink is sugar and calorie-free, but each flavor is made with "essences" rather than actual juice to liven up the seltzer with flavor. Flavors include Raspberry Pink Lemonade and Watermelon Lemonade.
KIND Fruit Bites
via kindsnack.comFruit snacks tend to have a long list of chemicals and additives (namely sugar), but not so with KIND Fruit Bites, which are made with ONLY fruit. Each pack has only three ingredients and provides one full serving of fruit. Flavors include Strawberry Cherry Apple and Mango Pineapple Apple.
via eatbanza.comYou know that chickpeas boost sex drive, right? Well, Banza pasta may not be exactly a health food, but besides offering potential libido-boosting powers, it's pretty good for you. The chickpea-based pasta has twice the protein, four times the fiber, and half the net carbs of traditional pasta, while maintaining a pasta texture. Plus,
Justin's Peanut Butter and Banana Chip Snack Packs
via shop.justins.comYou probably know Justin's for their protein-packed nut butters and squeeze packs, but now there's a new reason to look out for them on your next supermarket trip—their Peanut Butter and Banana Chip Snack Packs. The packs are the first non-perishable fruit and nut butter pairing and at under 210 calories are great for some on-the-go fiber and protein fuel. By the way, here's why peanut butter and jelly ever became a thing.
Siggi's whole-milk drinkables
via siggisdairy.comSiggi's is best known for their Icelandic-style yogurts and their latest launch, Siggi's whole-milk drinkables, takes them to a new level of healthy convenience. On-the-go drinkable yogurts, each flavor is made with only five simple ingredients and eight grams of protein along with probiotic cultures. Note, however, that while each "drink" is full of gut healthy bacteria, they're not low in sugar so they should be consumed mindfully. Plus, did you know there are also plenty of surprising uses for yogurt?