🍓 10 Quick & Healthy Snacks that are 28 Day Reset Approved! 🍓

🍓 10 Quick & Healthy Snacks that are 28 Day Reset Approved! 🍓

Here are 10 super easy and healthy snack ideas that are all 28 Day Reset Approved! The 28 Day Reset is my nutrition program that will help you discover the food intolerances that may be causing your bloat, weight gain, acne, and lack of energy.

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2. Freeze Dried Fruit
3. Apples & Nut Butter
4. Carrots & Hummus
5. Edamame
6. Creamy Green Shake (1 c almond milk + 1 banana + 1 tsp chia seeds + 1 TBSP nut butter + handful spinach)
7. Fruit Salad
8. Date & Walnut Oatmeal
9. Homemade Trailmix
10. Power Popcorn

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