Healthy Snacks To Take To School And College
“A tried body can still perform better but a tired mind is unable to recollect even small things.”
This (one minute read) article is dedicated to all the young children and college students who work really hard to remember everything they learn.
Having samosa with tea in canteen does rock your taste bud, but is it healthy?
Of course, you would not prefer items that get spoiled by the end of the day, that’s why I have come up with few hand-picked snacks that are easy to store and carry wherever you go.
Open your WhatshalliGet app and add the below items to your shopping list and have it whenever you feel hungry.
Nothing can beat a delicious fruit salad. It is rich in vitamins and the most healthy item on earth. Cut the below fruits and pack it in your airtight tiffin to keep it fresh and avoid them from turning brown.
- Some salt and black pepper (optional)
Add salt and black pepper before you eat. Grab a bite or two when you feel hungry.
I love dry fruits, not because they taste awesome but because they last longer and you can carry it anywhere (playground, music or drawing class, computer class, science lab or library). They really are portable. Choose your favorite dry fruit from the below list and keep it in your bag or pocket.
- Almonds (raw or roasted)
- Cashew nut (raw or roasted)
- Pistachio (raw or roasted)
- Roasted chickpeas
- Pine Nuts
- Pumpkin or Watermelon seeds
I personally love to keep almonds, cashew nut and walnut in my bag and have it when I feel like munching something.
Oh, I forgot to mention, pumpkin and watermelon seeds, they are my favorite.
It’s a mood booster and the best source of antioxidants. It also improves blood flow, gives instant energy and sharps your memory. Check out the benefits of dark chocolate here . Do keep a check on your dark chocolate consumption, anything in excess is harmful.
Which of the above items did you add to your list? Do share in the comment below. Would you like to add any other snack to this list?
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