[Viral Now] If You’re Busy At Work And Don’t Wanna Get Interrupted By Hunger . Here’re healthy snacks that require zero prep-time.
We have 5 food choices that are packed with nutrients, yet delicious. More importantly, they require almost zero prep-time literally. So, t...
We have 5 food choices that are packed with nutrients, yet delicious. More importantly, they require almost zero prep-time literally. So, they are perfect for busy people who are suffered from hunger at work!
- They are not messy, so you can keeping working while eating.
- Their storage time is long, so you only need to stock your pantry once at the weekend, and they are good to go for whole work week!
Almonds are calcium-rich to ensure you’re getting enough of this bone-building mineral. Almonds are also high in vitamin E, a nutrient which helps to improve the condition and appearance of your skin. For some extra heart help, swap flaked almonds for the whole nut – with the skin intact – because the almond’s skin is full of heart-protecting compounds called flavonoids.
2. Plain Greek Yogurt
All yogurts are excellent sources of calcium, potassium, protein, zinc, and vitamins B6 and B12. What distinguishes Greek yogurt is its thicker, creamier texture because the liquid whey is strained out. Also, it contains probiotic cultures and is lower in lactose and has twice the protein content of regular yogurts.
Bananas are good for bowel regularity and satiety. Adding a banana to your daily diet has an array of benefits in your body. Bananas help you reach your weight-loss goals, keep your bowels healthy, provide nutrients that regulate heart rhythm and have vitamin compounds for eye health.
Containing almost 20 vital nutrients, including five times the vitamin C of an orange in one serving, kiwis can legitimately be called a super fruit. This fuzzy brown powerhouse with the bright green flesh also is rich in vitamin A, K, E and B, potassium, copper, folate, and fiber.
5. Cottage cheese-filled avocado
This one for when you’re craving something rich, creamy, and a bit savory. Remove the pit from one half of an avocado and fill the space with 2 ounces of 1% cottage cheese. For 200 calories, you’ll get 9 grams of protein and 7 grams of fiber—and no dirty dishes!