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5 Healthy Snacks to Boost Your Energy

You know that special time of day when your morning coffee wears off and your blood sugar starts to tank? You’re not alone. That afternoon slump is a real issue for a lot of people. Fortunately, it’s nothing a well-balanced snack can’t fix. Here are five snack ideas that will help refresh your mind and boost your productivity.   

 

Fancy Banana  

Smear some peanut butter on a banana and sprinkle with your favorite granola or nut mixture. The result? A crunchy, creamy, snackable bite that’s high in fiber, vitamins and healthy fats.  

Why it’s our go-to: Fiber and healthy fats keep you full. Nutrients like B6 and magnesium fuel your brain and support healthy blood sugar levels. 

 

Savory Popcorn 

Create a spice mix of nutritional yeast, spirulina, garlic powder, cayenne, turmeric, salt and pepper. Toss it over prepackaged or home-popped popcorn. Yum. 

Why it’s our go-to: Popcorn is a whole grain and a great source of fiber. Nutritional yeast and spirulina add protein which make this snack even more filling and nutritious.  

 

No-Bake Date Bites 

Blend dates, almonds and dark chocolate chips in a food processor until the mixture is sticky. Roll into balls and coat with coconut. Freeze for 1-2 hours.  

Why it’s our go-to: Dates and almonds provide fiber that fills you up, and the dark chocolate packs an antioxidant rich punch. Satisfy your sweet tooth without the afternoon sugar crash.   

 

Papayacht 

Cut a papaya in half and scoop out the seeds. Load it up with Greek yogurt and top with cinnamon, honey, bee pollen and granola.  

Why it’s our go-to: Fresh fruit, creamy yogurt and crunchy granola is a perfect combo of fiber, proteins and nutrients like vitamin C and potassium.  

 

Baked Chickpeas 

Blot chickpeas, toss in olive oil and season with garlic salt & cayenne pepper. bake for about 30-40 min (mix once in between). 

Why it’s our go-to: This crunchy, salty snack is sure to satisfy. Take it on the go for an easy source of plant-based protein that is rich in fiber and iron.  

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