The following is a list of staples in the fitness community
Lower in sugar, than milk chocolate, high in antioxidants.
A lot of companies sell packed tunas, that come in different flavors. The packets, are 9/10 good enough to be eaten alone, or you could buy 1 minute microwavable rice, to add in with it.
An easy go to, high in protein. This is cheap staple that you need to have stocked in your fridge.
Isopure, and optimum nutrition, both make shakes in ready to drink form. This comes in handy especially when you’re on the go and don’t have time to make a shake.
Brands like Krave, are good to keep in the glove compartment, of the car. jerky is something you can snack on throughout the day.
I often eat greek yogurt in the morning, a serving size has just as much protein, as a protein shake. I usually add in blueberries, or some kind of fruit.
Quest bars, are a cliche in the fitness community. A long with lenny and larry’s protein cookies, these options can be used an dessert with your lunch. Or as something to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Watermelon, honey due, and cantaloupes are nutrient dense, and calorically low.
Blueberries and strawberries, contain lots of antioxidants, and vitamins, to help fight off colds, and keep the immune system strong. Outside of that they are both calorically low, and low in sugar.
Shoot for the unsalted versions, of nuts. They are nutrient dense, however they are high in calories and fats, so only consume in moderation.