Whole, immature soybeans are edamame. Vegetable-type soybeans are these green beans. Cooked edamame has 224 calories per cup. Roasted edamame beans are packed in protein and fiber and make a terrific salty snack. They also provide vitamin E, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, potassium, magnesium, and calcium.
Sabat emphasizes that roasted edamame beans are a crisp, savory snack that can satisfy salty snack desires without adding calories. "Edamame beans are low in fat and calories and a wonderful weight loss snack.
Roasted edamame beans include 100 calories, 8 grams of protein, and 4 grams of fiber every 1/2 cup. Choosing edamame beans instead chips or crackers can help you lose weight."
Air-popped popcorn is healthful and salty. Air-popped and microwave popcorn differ in heat. Air-popped popcorn uses hot air to heat the kernels, while microwave popcorn uses microwave steam to heat the kernels in the bag. Air-popped popcorn is a whole grain that increases metabolism when mildly seasoned.
"Fiber-rich popcorn is low in calories. It can replace salty nibbles like chips. At 30 calories per cup, air-popped popcorn without butter or oil is a good choice. Popcorn is low in calories and high in fiber, so it can fill you up without many calories "Sabat notes. "Snack in moderation and choose nutrient-dense, satisfying snacks."