Try not to save all of your hunger for lunchtime. I am sure you are all pretty good at snacking on foods, but how about healthy snacking? Snacking between meals is a great way to make or break good eating habits. It is also a great way to keep you focused at work, rather than counting down the minutes to your lunch break.
Fresh fruits are my favorite since they’re nice and sweet. Raw vegetables are also great, and you can change it up by adding a hummus or yogurt dip. A few crackers are also great when paired with cheese or tuna salad. Yogurt is a great snack too, especially if you mix in nuts, granola, or fruit.
Fruits and Vegetables
- Cut up into bite sized pieces
- Add a dip
Crackers and Rice Cakes
- Yogurt sauce
- Fresh fruit
Nuts with dried fruit
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