Try Lisa Faulkner's tips for seven healthy snacks to eat during your LBD diet.
Edamame Bean pot
An average pot of these only contain around 94 calories and they're full of protein and fibre. They also take a long time to eat, making you feel more satisfied when you're finished.
25g of popcorn
You may think of popcorn as an unhealthy treat you indulge in at the cinema, but the truth is it's actually good for you - and only 100 calories per 25g, as long as you don't cover it with butter and sugar! Go for homemade rather than packaged buttered popcorn, if possible.
Mug of soup
Pour half a can of soup into a mug and enjoy a filling snack for only 90 calories. Avoid creamy soups and make sure to compare labels and calories to get the healthiest. Those in which you add hot water to sachets tend to be lower in calories.
Level teaspoon of peanut butter on 1 oatcake
A delicious snack that has the healthy type of fat in - and only 104 calories.
2 Breakfast biscuits
At 112 calories, this is much healthier than reaching for normal biscuits when you have your mid-morning snack attack!
Dry roasted soya nuts
Soya is a healthy addition to the diet and low in fat, with a handful of soya nutes amounting to 102 calories.
100g lemon sorbet with passionfruit seeds on top
When you need to satisfy your sweet tooth reach for fruity sorbet. These tend to be lighter than ice creams and are usually fat-free. 100g contains about 120 calories.