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    Hey guys so I'm finding I need to keep snacking otherwise I feel sick but I'm after some healthy snacks.

    I already have fruit, nuts and yoghurt but was wondering if anyone has any different ideas.

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    Default Health snacks

    I was the same as you. My all day morning sickness was all day nausea that only went away if i ate. I usually ate carrot sticks, celery sticks, rice cakes, rice crackers, roasted almonds, dried fruit, fresh fruit, home made hummus.

    I never left home without a small bag of almonds and carrot sticks in my handbag

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    How about nut spreads on rice crackers, popcorn, dried fruit or roasted chickpeas .

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    I found grapes to be the best because I could eat them the second I started to feel a bit queasy as they require no preparation apart from a quick rinse, and a bowl or bag of grapes would allow me to be eating continuously for an hour or so, so no empty belly :-)

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    *Sardines, tuna or salmon on wholegrain crackers
    *Dry-popped popcorn with a little salt, finely grated parmesan or other sort of seasoning on top
    *Roasted broadbeans: http://www.chicnuts.com/fava-nuts/ You can get these at Woolworths in the same section that sells the gluten-free stuff
    *crudites with tzatziki or hommus
    *freeze grapes, berries, etc... eat them frozen.

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    Default Health snacks

    Thanks everyone there are some great ideas!!!

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    Plain sakatas with avocado
    Banana smoothie
    Few spoons of yoghurt
    Can of tuna
    Rice cakes (u can get flavoured ones)
    Dried fruit

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    Home made fruit sorbet


 

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