Since getting off the blood-sugar roller coaster ride, I don't need to snack much, but it's nice to have something healthy-ish on hand when you're busy at work or on the go. I also see that a lot of times, beginners like to have that safety net of having snack options that are "allowed." Here are some ideas:
-Chocolate salty nuts: Melt some dark chocolate slowly over low heat; once all the little chunks are melted, mix in a bowl with macadamias, spread out on parchment, and refrigerate until the chocolate is solid again. These can be portable in a little plastic container.
-Deviled eggs: not very portable, but great if you can keep them in a fridge at work.
-A spoonful of coconut butter
-Larabars: these are full of dates, which are full of sugar, but they are not heavily processed, and are made of real foods, so I think they are great in a pinch. The coconut cream pie one is really tasty; just don't have these too often!
-Jerky: I'm not big into jerky, but I really like Trader Joe's Teriyaki Turkey Jerky once in awhile.
-YouBars: This is pretty neat; you go on the site, and choose ingredients to make a custom bar. I got my first order last week, and my recipe needs some tweaking- from now on, I'll choose "more nuts," and I asked them to halve the dates to cut down on the sugar, but the bar was a bit dry. Pricey, but a very cool concept!