This precooked soy-protein alternative to ground beef has only 60 calories per serving but packs in 10 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber.
Boca Breakfast Links, Italian Sausages, or Bratwursts
Only people dead set against eating anything healthy will balk at these tasty treats. Made with soy protein, they contain considerably less fat and cholesterol than their meat counterparts.
Applegate Farms Sunday Bacon
Slow-smoked over applewood, this hearty bacon is delicious—as well as nitrate-free, antibiotic-free, and vegetarian-fed.
Back to Nature Classic Rounds
As tasty as a traditional cracker, but with no hydrogenated oils, trans fats, saturated fats, high-fructose corn syrup, or refined sugar.
Kettle Organic Chips with Sea Salt and Black Pepper
No artificial flavors or genetically modified ingredients, and cooked in heart-healthy safflower and sunflower oils. These salty, peppery chips taste so robust, converts wonder why they ever heeded the siren call of cool ranch.
Garden of Eatin’ Nacho Cheese Chips
Organically grown corn, expeller-pressed canola, safflower, or sunflower oil, and only 0.5 grams of saturated fat per serving … the only risk with these tasty chips is eating the whole bag.
Arrowhead Mills Organic Yellow Popcorn
To avoid most microwave popcorns’ partially hydrogenated oil, pop your own. Heat a large stockpot over medium heat, drizzle in enough olive oil to cover the pan’s bottom, then pour in 1 cup of organic popcorn. Use a tight-fitting lid and shake for about five minutes, until popping slows considerably. Top with sea salt and a drizzle of olive oil.
Poland Springs Flavored Seltzer Water
Soda is loaded with high-fructose corn syrup and calories. These contain only spring water and natural fruit flavors such as lemon, lime, raspberry, and orange. Delicious on their own or mixed with pure fruit juice.
Newman’s Own Organics Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
These little beauties are made with organic peanuts from New Mexico and chocolate made from organic cacao beans grown on small farms in Costa Rica.
Ginger People Peanut Ginger Chews
Ginger has long been used in Asian cultures to treat nausea and relieve indigestion. These chews pack a powerful, spicy punch, balanced by a hearty peanutty taste. One chew contains 20 calories and only 0.5 grams fat.