Welcome to Day 4 of Healthy Habits Challenge!!! Wow, we are half way through!!!
Today is one of my favorite topics (maybe this is one of your faves too) – SNACKS!
It happens to all of us from time to time. You are out and about when the day seems to get away from you and you realize that you are starving. You need to get something to eat right now, and
there are no healthy options in sight. So, you try to pick the healthiest option from a list of bad choices. .
While it may not make a long-term difference in your health if the above scenario happens every once in a while, but for many people, it happens on a daily basis. This scenario can easily be prevented with a little planning.
When you know you are going to be away from home for more than 2 hours, have healthy snacks prepared so you can eat on the go.
options include: - Make your own trail mix (almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, walnuts, with raisins or other dried fruits)
- Mixed berries or other favorite fruit - Carrot sticks and hummus, - Apple slices and peanut butter - Unsweetened yogurt
- Almonds and raisins - Make your own healthy ‘treats’ ahead of time: banana bread, healthy bars or bites made out of nuts, dried fruits, raw honey, and nut butters (see previous posts for recipes). - Get creative!!!
You don’t have to be a slave to fast food or the vending machine when you are on the go. With a little forethought, you can always have healthy snacks with you, helping you avoid the sluggish feeling that comes from eating empty calories.
Ayurveda Tip: have your yogurt plain, with no fruits. Yogurt and fruit mixed is a ideal combination for your digestion. .
So, Pack your healthy-favorite snack and enjoy it! . #challenge#freechallenge#coachmahmooda#wholewise2wholefit#snack#snacking#snackhealthy#healthysnacks#healthy#happy#well#enjoy#live#bethechange
Our #life, short or #long ... just a corridor, after which we will get to the grand #Ball ... the truth is there is one "but", the face-control attitude to the Ball will depend on our behavior still in the corridor ... lead yourself #well