Snacks - Whats in your Bag!
This will be a post or Diary tracker if you will for healthy Snacks we are finding give us energy instead of that mid day trip to the vending machine.
Healthy snack pack ideas for before and after lunch at work or on the go to keep your body hydrated and full of good energy fuel to keep you from dragging out!
I have found chips in the vending machine that are popped instead of fried or baked...they're pretty good...also the almonds and a little beef jerky that's homemade....
I have homemade flapjacks for post gym consumption
Are they made out of almond flour?
oh I love sliced peaches in cottage cheese with a sprig of mint some granola and Sweeetend with honey.
ok tomorrow morning the shake will be kale,strawberry orange juicy shake.
Hm... Some breakfast biscuits. Some with milk and cereal and some with sultanas. And a fruitpot (melon and grape)
I am fortunate that I work on the run so no vending machines for me, always pack my own lunch. Plenty of fresh fruit and raw veggies. Really into Tamari almonds right now.
Rice Cakes. Good carbs and protein before hitting the gym!
I like fruits purées with no sugar added, homemade smoothies with fresh fruits and maple syrup, dried prunes or raisins, fresh carrots or little tomatoes and sometimes I add one ore two kamut rusks with a spoon of honey
Cherry tomatoes wrapped in raw spinach leaves at the moment.
I'm attempting to get into smoothies. Any good recipes? Ones for lots of energy & keep u full...
Quakers salt and gluten free. It was my first time eating one before a workout and I hit some heavy weight today!
No problem, let me know what you think if you try them.
If you want to try protein smoothies you should give Iso 100 a try or Elite. They are both lean so won't have you feeling too full to do anything as some proteins do. Mix them with whatever fruits you like, a banana, strawberries, 2% milk, water, and ice and your all set!
I've been keeping almonds & cubed cheese close. Keeps me pretty full in between meals so I'm not searching the cabinets
Very little, something like 4g of protein and 12 Carbs. Not sure how many calories though