Here are some of the healthier snack items I've found throughout the parks, or at least things you can track and not go overboard with. This doesn't include the fruit that I've mentioned on a separate page. This page will continually be updated as I find more things, so stay tuned and keep checking back for more! For restaurant recommendations that are on the healthier side, check out my Restaurant Guide!
Gift shop snacks with barcodes and nutrition labels
While the butter that it's dipped in probably isn't the healthiest option for those trying to avoid a high-fat diet, you can get corn on the cob that is grilled with a curry flavor at the Harambe Fruit Market! Speaking of fruit, check out my Fruit Stand guide!
Rejoice, WW Freestyle followers and calorie counters! Edamame is available in both Animal Kingdom (at a kiosk that connects Africa to Asia) and at Epcot's Japan pavilion (look for the window where they sell Kakigori).
A good healthy swap for a Mickey bar is one of the fruit bars available at the ice cream stands. Most stands offer a no added sugar option, too! Regardless, the calorie count on these is usually around 70-120 depending on the flavor, etc.
Jessica is a huge Disney and Star Wars nerd who channeled that love into motivation to lose 75 lbs.