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From AM to PM - how to snack smart from 9-5
We have all been there – we start the day with good intentions but an hour or two later we're mindlessly snacking on the first thing we see. How didthathappen?
According to nutritionist, , snacking is all about planning, prepping and variety.
“Without healthy meals or a variety of nutritious ingredients to hand, it’s near impossible to make smart choices, especially if you find yourself ravenous, lightheaded or feeling anxious.”
But thereisanother option. “Choosing healthy, satiating snacks will not only provide plenty of nutrients, but will also keep you fuller for longer,” advises Simpkin.
In need of some snackspiration? We’ve got this…
Who says you need to stick to fruit or cereals before midday? "Snacking pre-lunch doesn’t have to be boring,” says Simpkin. "Don’t be afraid to break the rules – think outside the box and prepare snacks in advance to kick your day off right.”
Try: Cheese, za’atar & crudité wrap
“Using a base of soft cheese and raw vegetable strips - like peppers, cucumber and carrots – in a wholegrain tortilla wrap, and you’ve got a delicious, portable snack that’s high in protein and fibre. It will really set you up for the day,” says Simpkin.
“The Middle-Eastern za’atar seasoning adds a delicious flavour and you can always mix up the vegetables, depending on what’s in your fridge or what you fancy.”
“Whether it's a light bite on the go or a little snack to bridge the gap, don’t let that rumbling stomach prevent you from making healthy, nutritious choices," says Simpkin.
"Stock your kitchen (or your office) in advance and you’ll arm yourself with plenty of easy go-tos when a snack attack arises,” she says.
Try: Cheese and radish snack
Midday pick-me-ups don’t come much more interesting than these creamy rice cakes topped with radish. Light, tasty and refreshing bites you can whip up in seconds.
The Laughing Cow Blue Cheese Triangles will give each mouthful a rich creaminess to go with light and zingy radish. Give it a try!
“The best way to side-step the sugar munchies is to replace them with something tasty, but packed with nutrients,” advises Simpkin.
Try: Banana & peanut butter bites
Combining two great protein sources with slow-releasing sugars and fibre, "these delicious bites are an ideal pick-me-up for banishing mid-afternoon cravings," says Simpkin.
“Slice a banana into disks, mix 50g of spreadable cheese, two tablespoons of peanut butter and a dash of maple syrup with a splash of milk," says Simpkin.
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