Work from home surely makes you hungry.
You feel like snacking on something while working or tend to gravitate more towards something sweet or fried when you are extremely hungry which is the main problem.
Whenever we think about snacks, we think about how unhealthy it is. And that is not true at all. Snacks can be healthy too. There are snacks that help you with energy and nutrients!
Yes! Popcorn is the healthiest snack option out there. This addictive crisp and salty snack is low in calories. Three-cup popcorn serving is about 100 calories. You can munch on it while working. It will not fill your stomach before lunch or dinner and also satisfy your snack craving. You can use an air fryer if you’re too conscious about using butter or oil.
Yogurt is a fermented milk product and thus has great antioxidants. It is also high in calcium, protein and zinc. The probiotics present in yoghurt will build your immunity. It also helps with controlling blood pressure. You can have some yoghurt along with fruits to meet your sugar craving and not feel any guilt!
Any fruit is generally a great alternative to fried or preserved snacks. However, Bananas are the best snack to have while working. Because of them being high in potassium, bananas help with muscle relaxation. It is full of healthy fats and will keep you energized.
If you’re looking for lazy snacking options, a small handful of nuts fits the bill. They have high protein content and are a source of healthy fats. They are nutritional powerhouses that can help regulate blood sugar level, fight inflammation, decrease hunger urges, help weight loss and lower your risk of heart diseases.
Eggs are protein-rich and will totally satisfy your hunger. They are so easy to make and can be made in so many different ways such as omelette, scrambled eggs, boiled eggs etc. However, they can make you feel a bit sleepy so you might not want to snack on eggs during work.
We hope you love these ideas and snack smarter! Let us know what is your go-to healthy snack option.
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