7 "Bad" Snacks for Weight Loss

Dark chocolate: Dark chocolate with a high cocoa content may be a tasty treat. It includes antioxidants and may help reduce sweet cravings.

Nuts: Nuts are high in calories but also high in nutrients, including healthy fats, protein, and fibre. Simply be aware of portion quantities.

Popcorn: Air-popped popcorn may be a low-calorie, high-fibre snack. Avoid using too much butter or oil, and instead season with herbs or spices.

Cheese: Cheese may be an excellent source of protein and calcium. Choose kinds with reduced fat content and limit your serving sizes.

Greek Yoghurt with Honey: Greek yoghurt is abundant in protein and can be sweetened with a tiny bit of honey. To limit your sugar intake, go for plain, unsweetened yoghurt.

Dried Fruits: Dried fruits are high in sugar, but they also include fibre and different vitamins. Consume in moderation and select versions with no added sugars or preservatives.

Granola: Granola is a wonderful source of whole grains and fibre. However, it is frequently high in calories, so limit your portions and choose kinds with less added sugar.