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We live in a fast-paced world, and for much of western working society, the idea of a traditional sit-down lunch br...
We live in a fast-paced world, and for much of western working society, the idea of a traditional sit-down lunch break seems increasingly old-fashioned.
This leads us to address the question of what’s best to eat whilst on the go—in those snatched minutes between meetings, or when you’re rushing across town.
The good news is that eating on the go needn’t be bad for you. According to The Huffington Post, plenty of experts agree that regular snacking is healthy. Indeed, “little and often” is an expression frequently heard during discussions on healthy eating.
Here is a list of five foods that are ideal to satisfy your hunger when you don’t have a lot of time to eat:
Fruit is wonderfully portable and full of slow-releasing energy. With a bit of forward planning, you needn’t buy expensive snack packs, you just need to spend a few minutes chopping your fruit and placing it in a container. Just make sure you squeeze a little citrus juice over anything with a tendency to brown.
Obviously it’s easy to make popcorn unhealthy by piling on the butter or sugar, but plain popcorn is low in calories and a great alternative to potato chips.
A good mix of dried fruit, nuts and seeds is great for keeping energy levels high, and it’s easy to carry with you at all times. Just try to shy away from mixes containing chocolate chips and other fattening treats!
Hard-boiled eggs are perhaps not the thing to eat in a crowded train carriage, but they make a great healthy snack, and are easy to carry around.
Smoothies are a great way to quickly cram in plenty of goodness from fruit and vegetables, and are easily grabbed when you’re in a hurry. Just beware of a potential slump in energy an hour or two later when the effects wear off!