4 dietitian-approved snacks for the DASH diet, which experts say is even healthier than the Mediterranean diet

You can pair this wild blueberry and peanut butter dip with any fruit and veg you like. Smith recommended apple slices, carrots, or jícama.

Simply whizz up some wild blueberries in a blender and mix with peanut butter.

This beet hummus recipe again simply involves blitzing up your ingredients in a food processor with some herbs and seasonings.

Smith recommended whole grain crackers or crunchy veggies to accompany the hummus.

"Protein bars make for a great on-the-go option and provide a protein boost," said Smith.

For this snack, combine Greek yogurt with whichever fruit and nuts you prefer.

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