Some Healthy Options for Your Evening Crave
Some Healthy Options for Your Evening Crave
Some Healthy Options for Your Evening Crave

It’s very likely to get too hungry in the evening that can drain your willpower to have unhealthy or extra calorie food.  Some basics can help you to be ready for this appetite emergency if you can plan to keep your snacks bag handy. Here are some of the healthy n easy options that you can carry along for your evening crave.

 

Sliced carrots

Sliced carrots are a good source of antioxidant agents. Furthermore, carrots are rich in multivitamins that help prevent cancer. So, never hesitate to use them in your daily life. The best time recommended is after breakfast and before lunch.

Fruits

Fruits are a good source of the energy boost. Fruits such as oranges and pineapples are really helpful when it comes to converting fats to energy. Pomegranate is an excellent source of antioxidants with anti-inflammatory properties and helps blood circulation. Fruit juices provide energy but lack in fiber. Try to not replace your fruit salad with juices that eliminate fiber.

Nuts

Nuts are a great way to eat while you are on the road. Peanuts, pistachios, walnuts, almonds are very useful and healthy to your organs. Just remember that nuts are full of protein, healthy fats and fiber, so you shouldn’t overuse them at all. Protein does offer a slow energy release. A small amount may give your body the fuel ‘boost’ you need to get through after a long afternoon

Cheese

Cheese is an incredible way to vanish your hunger and it contains protein that is good for your health. Cheese slices are also very tasty and handy to carry along. You can buy different kinds of cheese according to your taste, available easily in the supermarket.

Popcorn

Plain popcorn provides whole grains, fiber, and antioxidants. The recent studies have shed light on the multiple health benefits of this delicious snack. Whole grains, fiber, and antioxidants are wrapped up in this simple snack. Popcorn has lots of protein. Popcorn is a weight watcher dream snack – it’s sugar-free, fat-free and low in calories. Just 31 calories for 1 cup air popped popcorn!

Grains/Soy Crisps

Your body converts carbs to energy, and the whole grains break down more slowly than simple, refined sugars (such as white bread or white rice), giving you a more steady energy release. Try noshing on brown rice, oats, barley, and rye. If you want a topper for some whole grain toast, try natural peanut butter and a half of banana. Soy chips are similar in appearance and texture to potato chips, but they’re made with soy flour rather than potatoes, and they are also more nutritious than potato chips. Protein fuels your cells and plays a role in many key functions, such as muscle movement and digestion