10 healthy on-the-go snacks.
We're talking Healthy Snacks today. There are healthy snacks out there that you can eat on-the-go and guilt-free.
But first, why am I talking about healthy on-the-go snacks?
I’m talking about healthy snacks today because our modern lives get so busy, and that makes it hard to find time to look for a healthy snack.
But that doesn’t mean you have to compromise your health by settling for Twinkies.
So, what’s important about healthy snacking?
Healthy snacks are important for those in-between meal moments because they:
- Sustain your energy from meal to meal
- Stabilize your blood sugar
- Keep your mood steady and focus sharp
So how do I know what to look out for in healthy, on-the-go snacks?
Nuts – an excellent source of high protein:Look for raw or dry roasted and stay away from nuts with additives like vegetable oil and salt as these can turn rancid if they sit in a bag in a store.
Fruit – packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants: Look for organic fruit like bananas packed with potassium and oranges loaded with Vitamin C.
Yogurt – high in protein and a good source of healthy fats: Look for full-fat, organic yogurt or ones that do not contain artificial flavors or sweeteners like corn syrup.
Hard-Boiled Eggs – high source of protein and will keep your blood sugars level:Boil them the night before and throw a couple in your bag.
Peanut Butter Sandwich – also high in protein and stabilizes blood sugar: Look for a brand that is organic or free of additives.
Energy Bars – a much healthier and nutritious alternative to chocolate bars: Avoid brands with soy protein isolate and look for brands that contain over 10 grams of whey protein, hemp protein or pea protein.
Dark Chocolate - high in natural caffeine that can give you that energy boost: Look for brands that list cacao as the first ingredient, not sugar.
Trail Mix - packed with a combo of proteins and sugars to increase your energy: Look for a mix that doesn’t contain added vegetable oil and salt or buy a variety of nuts, seeds, raisins and cranberries at the health store to mix yourself.
Raw Veggies – slices of raw veggies are loaded with vitamins and minerals: Choose organic vegetables where possible and cut the morning of to maintain their maximum nutrients instead of buying pre-cut slices in a bag.
Seeds – pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds are high in sources of vegetable protein: Look for raw seeds wherever possible. You can find them in the bulk food section.
What do I do now?
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To your health,
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