Do healthy snacking at work
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Do healthy snacking at work

The black kind of chickpea, in particular, makes a delicious mid-afternoon snack

Do healthy snacking at work

A rigorous schedule with a standard 9 to 5 job eventually results in  an unhealthy lifestyle, increased stress levels, and poor eating habits. Many begin bingeing on unhealthy, processed, store-bought snacks like chips, cookies, and crackers amid everyday stress. These foods not only harm health but also sap energy and reduce productivity. To increase your productivity, health, and energy levels while working, it is essential to binge on healthy food items.

Mix Fruit Salad

fruits are a quick and easy snacking option when you're hungry. When going to work, carry oranges, grapefruits, guavas, apples, and berries because they aren't just tasty, they are also packed with vitamins that your body cannot produce on its own.

Crispy Foxnuts

In our desi language, we call them makhana. This light, tasty yet healthy snack will become one of your favourites, especially if you're a weight watchers. Fox nuts are a fantastic healthy snack because they contain beneficial nutrients. They are low in fat and a  great source of phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, magnesium, and thiamine. These minerals help strengthen the brain's cognitive  function, lower cholesterol levels, and improve heart health.

Chickpea for the win

The black kind of chickpea, in particular, makes a delicious  mid-afternoon snack high in protein and fibre-rich carbohydrates. It  is renowned for properly controlling blood sugar levels and giving  adequate fibre to maintain good digestive health. Additionally,  roasted black grammes contain calcium, magnesium, and potassium, three  crucial nutrients that strengthen your immune system and your body's defences.

Mixed-grain bhel puri

Grab this low-fat bhel puri with the goodness of millets and ragi,  which is rich in health and taste if you want to keep an eye on the calories. With the inclusion of puffed rice, mixed millets, peanuts, sautéed vegetables, and a mixture of spices, this is a healthful snack. Additionally, it makes you feel full. The peanuts' crunchiness is a beautiful addition to the dish because it balances the bhel puri's flavour and texture. Make a batch of bhel puri and keep it on hand so you may snack on it to satisfy your appetite between tasks. It's also good with a squeeze of lemon juice.

Homemade mix and match'

Always have a variety of almonds, walnuts, dates, pumpkin seeds, and flax seeds on hand. These seeds and nuts are referred to as superfoods  since they contain minerals. Omega-3 fatty acids are abundant in walnuts and aid in improving immunity and heart health; almonds are a good source of vitamin E, which benefits your skin. Being a great source of protein, pumpkin seeds give you energy all day long. Due to their high iron content, dates can aid in overcoming weariness and lethargy. Flax seeds are excellent for the health of your digestive system. Combined, they make a tremendous nutritional powerhouse that keeps you satisfied and energised.