Healthy Snacks Combined With Juice Plus
Do You Want To Know 3 Top Secret Ways To Drop At Least 5lbs In A Couple Of Weeks To Start Off Your New Year In 2015?
#1 Stop eating fast food and/or processed foods!
#2 Stop drinking soda. Diet, regular, monster, red bull… Stop! Start drinking MORE water! Lots and lots of water every single day!
#3 Stop drinking alcohol… or at least in moderation.
Try going without alcohol for a few weeks and see how great your body will feel.
In today’s fast-paced society, healthy food choices are harder to come by due to time constraints. Many hardworking individuals end up resorting to unhealthy food choices such as candy bars or fast food restaurants. Nutrient-dense, quality foods can be made in minutes before leaving the house with a little bit of planning; and can be packaged in small bags or containers without the need for refrigeration. These snacks can serve to manage hunger responses throughout the day, and at the same time diminish unnecessary caloric consumption brought upon by psychologically-driven appetite.
Healthy snacks should be easily-accessible and can be stored in the car, desk drawers, bags etc. It is important that food choices have a healthy combination of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Be sure to keep packaged snacks in the caloric range of 150-200 calories; this will help satisfy hunger and maintain blood glucose levels to limit overconsumption.
The following food items will help you manage your hunger in today’s fast-paced world:
Juice Plus+ Complete Nutrition Bars: provide balanced nutrition on- the-go. Our variety of delicious Wholesome Grains + Cranberries and Spiced Apple + Raisin bars are not only tasty but packed with protein and fiber to help you replace empty calories with healthy ones. Low-glycemic, gluten free, non- dairy and 100% vegan – Complete Nutrition Bars deliver a perfect snack for any diet.
Juice Plus+ Complete: is a whole-food-based beverage mix that provides balanced nutrition in every scoop. Juice Plus+ Complete can be used in any number of ways: as a healthful “on-the-go” breakfast, pre-exercise energy drink, post-workout recovery drink, or a late night snack. This combo comes with two pouches each of delicious French Vanilla and Dutch Chocolate Complete flavors.
Green Ice Tea: A calorie-free beverage doesn’t qualify as a real snack, but if you find yourself scouting the kitchen just because you’re bored, rather than hungry, this tasty drink may just hit the spot. Plus, green tea has been shown to help dieters lose more weight, according to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, thanks to its metabolism-boosting antioxidant compound called EGCG.
Sunflower lentil spread with pita bread: Lentils are a good source of iron, a metabolism-boosting nutrient that 20% of us don’t get enough of. This savory recipe makes four 180-calorie servings, with 10 grams each of protein and fiber.
A Can Of Tuna: Tuna (packaged in water) is another great source of lean protein plus healthy Omega-3s. For about 200 calories, you can enjoy 3 ounces of light tuna and 6 whole-wheat crackers—complete with 3 grams of fiber and 20 grams of protein.
Eat more Avocado! Avocado-eaters are 50% less likely to suffer from metabolic syndrome, a collection of health measures that predict your risk of heart disease, stroke, and type-2 diabetes. It makes sense that avocado eaters would get more of the good stuff found in the fruit, like monounsaturated fat, vitamin K, folate, potassium, vitamin E, lutein, magnesium, vitamin C, and vitamin B6.
Corn vs. Flour tortillas: Corn has nearly half the calories of flour, Corn has twice as much fiber than flour, Corn has three times the amount of magnesium than flour which helps sustain healthy muscle tissue, Flour has three times the amount of fat than corn, and last but not least corn has very low sodium in comparison to flour tortillas. Verdict: Eat more corn!
Trail Mix: Create your own combination by mixing dried fruits with no added sugars, and any assortment of nuts. You can also try some pre-packaged snack options, keeping in mind to watch for sugars and fats per serving.
Whole-Grain Cereal: Cereal is a great snack option for busy schedules as most whole-grain cereals are high in fiber, protein and micronutrients. However, individuals should be mindful of adhering to appropriate serving sizes and steer away from high-sugar products.
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