A SANDWICH ON WHOLE-GRAIN BREAD
For a savory afternoon snack, try a lean turkey sandwich or wholewheat pita bread with 2 ounces of water-packed tuna or light tuna salad. If you're tired of traditional sandwiches, try spreading 2 tablespoons of peanut butter on a slice of whole-grain bread or a multigrain English muffin and topping it off with a few slices of ripe banana.
LOW-FAT YOGURT AND GRANOLA
Grab a cup of your favorite yogurt and pair it with a 1/2 cup of granola. Just be sure to check the ingredients. Oats and other grains like barley or buckwheat—not sugar—should be listed first. To make your own granola, douse oats with a bit of OJ, toss in nuts and dried fruit, and bake until lightly browned.
Surprise! A small slice of last night's delivery can actually be a good post-workout energizer. Just keep it small and lose some of the less-good toppings like sausage or pepperoni. (Pairing it with milk or a piece of fresh fruit will offset all those carbs.) "Just remember to think of it as 'a little something' and not as a complete meal," .