3 Types Of Healthy Snacks You Should Have In Office

3 Types Of Healthy Snacks You Should Have In Office

Having dried eyes, feeling hungry or feeling like the body is hollowed out. I believe that many working people often encounter these situations. In addition to the necessary rest, snacking is a choice for many people. However, many people don’t know how to pick your snacks wisely and eat healthy. Here I summarised 3 major types of healthy snacks that you should consider to stock up in your office.

Eyes Care Snacks – Wolf Berry and Blueberry

Wolf berry has been known as “Red Diamond” since ancient times. It is rich in natural β carotene as a precursor of vitamin A, which can prevent vitamin A deficiency and protect eyesight. Looking at computers, TVs, game consoles, etc. for a long time will increase the consumption of vitamin A.

Blueberries are rich in anthocyanins, which protect micro-vessels and improve blood supply to the eyes.

Healthy Snacks Blueberry
Blueberry Photo by veeterzy on Unsplash

Relieve Hunger Snacks: Whole Wheat Bread And Nuts

Whole-grain bread is a complex carbohydrate that does not allow blood sugar to fluctuate rapidly, and high fiber can cause satiety, making you don’t hungry easily. Original peanuts, almonds, walnuts and other nuts are rich in plant protein, healthy unsaturated oils and fibers, which can provide a feeling of fullness and delay the speed of gastric emptying. But nuts have too much oil, and should only eat one tablespoon a day, otherwise it is easy to gain weight.

Healthy Snacks Mixed nuts
Mixed Nuts Photo by Maksim Shutov on Unsplash

Refreshing Snacks: Green Tea And Dark Chocolate

Green tea contains theanine, an antioxidant that relaxes the brain and allows people to quickly get rid of nervous anxiety. The rich caffeine in green tea can stimulate the central nervous system and play a refreshing effect. Studies have shown that dark chocolate can increase blood supply to the brain, and only 9.3 grams of dexterity per day can prevent memory loss caused by increased age. In addition, dark chocolate can also stimulate the brain to release a feeling of good chemical calls neurotransmitter, which helps to increase concentration.

Healthy Snacks Green tea
Green Tea Photo by Verena Böttcher on Unsplash

29 thoughts on “3 Types Of Healthy Snacks You Should Have In Office

  1. I always kept green tea in my office for everyone to use. I just found it so much easier on my stomach after a morning of hard coffee drinking.

    1. Good to hear that, I mostly use green tea to replace coffee in my office, because coffee mate and creamer are kind of unhealthy.

  2. That is exactly what i do! I always bring to work with me either blueberries or nuts. They’re both considered superfood and they’re delicious.

  3. I’m surprised that I’ve never heard of the wolf berry before, but I definitely snack on blueberries throughout my work day! So delicious.

  4. Thank you for sharing these! I love to have healthy snacks and better options in my office for when I crave a sweet or for when I am eating in a compulsive way!

  5. I wish we have blueberries handy in our country. I love the taste, it’s one of my favorite fruit. And it’s so beneficial.

  6. It is so important to have an on the go snacks most especially during a hectic schedules from work. I always have dark chocolates and nuts as my on the go snacks.

  7. I’ll take the green tea and dark chocolate in the office. Would definitely keep me going during the day!

  8. These are totally my kind of snacks! I love berries and nuts, and I try to drink a lot of green tea. It can be tough to snack healthy especially at work.

  9. Yes! Healthy snacks are very important, and these snacks you have mentioned are very helpful and delicious too. Thanks for sharing!

  10. Hey, amazing blog. Snaking in the office is confusing. I am always confused about what should I have at snack time. Reading your whole blog made my vision clear about snacking at work. Thanks for sharing such an informative blog.

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