Raw vegetables with hummus: Raw vegetables like carrots and cucumbers, contain life-enhancing enzymes which are destroyed when cooked and processed. Enzymes are essential for optimum digestion, metabolism and absorption.

Oats have high fibre content and are healthy. You can have a small bowl of oatmeal with milk or yoghurt, with a variety of fruit topping. You can also choose to snack on some oatmeal cookies or cupcakes.

Organic health nut bars: They are rich in dry fruits like walnuts, almonds, pistachios, sunflower seeds and raisins. They’ll keep you full for longer and also give you more energy so that you don’t reach out for coffee again.

Assortment of fruits:
One can always keep an assortment of fruits handy at office. Fruits like oranges, strawberry, apples and pear can be easily stored. They are rich in various vitamins and minerals and can be stored at the office for one to two days.

A half cup serving of chana is great to munch as a snack with tea late afternoon or evening. Naturally fat-free and sodium-free, they lower your risk of heart disease and colon cancer.

About a handful of peanuts a day can provide you with the required amount of antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and proteins, and keep you full at the same time.

Home-made popcorn, made without oil or butter, is a voluminous and nutrient-dense snack. It’s wholegrain and filled with fibre to keep you full and give you the psychological satisfaction of eating a lot.


Sprouts: Sprouts are abound with antioxidants, proteins, vitamins,minerals and amino acids. You could usechana,mung, bengal gram to use as sprouts. Make the sprouts at home or just pick them up from stores. For a quick snack, boil them,add finely chopped onions and tomatoes.


Dry Bhel: in calories, dry bhel won’t get soggy even if made a few hours beforeyou eat it. Take puffed rice (kurmura), peanuts in a box. Add onions, tomatoes, green chillies, coriander leaves (dhania) and lemon just before you eat.

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