There are two things you need to know about me when it comes to food: 1) I love to snack and 2) I love food that requires minimal effort. The latter is definitely a vice, but I’m a firm believer that knowing your weaknesses is what allows you to turn them into strengths.
My laziness is a huge factor in why I’m overweight. I’d rather sit on the couch than go to the gym, and would sooner order fries than a side salad. It’s equal parts convenience, time, and effort.
I’ve read a lot of blogs where trainers swear by homemade trail mix, fruit and nut medleys, etc. But seriously, I don’t have time for that. I know you can easily buy the ingredients at Trader Joe’s, stuff them in a mason jar, and slap an Instagram filter on them…but I’d just rather not.
That’s why Sahale snacks are such a fortunate find. The first time I came across these grab and go snacks was when my mom and I were wasting away in line at Old Navy. We wound up devouring two bags by the time we got to the register.
Sahale snacks are the perfect combination of salty and sweet. They range from 190 – 230 calories, and almost all of them (except for the Classic Fruit and Nut Trail Mix) are under 20g of carbs (that’s just what my nutritionist recommends for me – it’s not a general standard). I usually eat one of these packs instead of hitting the vending machine, or before I head off to SoulScycle.