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Healthy, nutrient-dense snack foods can satisfy your hunger between meals and improve the results of your particular diet. We have chosen some of the most popular diet plans out there and have tailored GoBites to fit in with the principles of those diets. Consult a medical professional before beginning any diet program.

Healthy, Balanced Eating

Snacking on healthy foods, such as nuts and dried fruit, can help you lose weight when eaten in moderation as part of a weight loss diet with increased physical activity. Eating whole, plant based foods that are nutrient-dense, including nuts and seeds, and avoiding processed foods and sweetened beverages that are high in calories, can help you fulfill your nutritional needs on a weight loss diet.

Mediterranean Diet

This diet emphasizes eating whole, plant-based foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds and olive oil, moderate amounts of fish and yogurt, minimal amounts of animal products and avoidance of processed foods. The diet relies heavily on healthy fats, such as monounsaturated fatty acids like those found in most nuts and seeds. Most Mediterranean Diets stress that you must consume MUFA’s (monounsaturated fatty acids) at every meal or snack. 

Glycemic Index Diet

Foods with a low glycemic index help you control your blood sugar. They contain sugars your body absorbs slowly, enabling you to prevent blood sugar spikes and retain a steady flow of sugar for your body to metabolize for energy. Maintaining stable blood sugar levels regulates the levels of insulin in your blood stream and allows your body to burn fat effectively. All nuts and seeds qualify as Low Glycemic Index foods. Eating them together with higher carb foods regulates the effect those foods have on your blood sugar and allows you to enjoy them without the unwanted spikes in blood sugar. 

High Fiber Diet

Nuts, seeds and dried fruit are naturally high fiber foods. A high fiber diet can help you control your blood sugar, lower your cholesterol and reduce digestion problems. Fiber slows the absorption of sugar from foods and reduces the amount of cholesterol you absorb from them. Almonds, soybeans, sunflower seeds, flaxseeds, papaya, bananas, apples, figs and pears are all good sources of dietary fiber. 

Gluten Free Diet

Snacking with nuts, seeds and dried fruits can be a healthy part of a gluten free diet. A gluten free diet involves avoiding foods with gluten, a protein in wheat, rye and barley and some oats that can cause inflammation of your intestines. We have paid close attention to those of you on a gluten-free diet and have created some delicious, gluten-free granolas just for you. In addition, almost every GoBite is made from naturally gluten-free ingredients. If you have a severe gluten allergy, you may want to check with your doctor before eating GoBites, as our products are packaged on shared equipment with wheat products.  

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