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10 Healthy Snacks Every Stress Eater Should Keep Handy

posted in Food & Drink
04/08/2015
  • 1. Ants on a Log
    2 stalks celery + 2 Tbsp almond butter + 1 Tbsp raisins. Energizing carbs and filling fiber, fat, and protein—this snack's got it all.

    2. DIY Energy Bites
    ½ c chopped dates + ¼ c rolled oats + ½ c nut butter, all mixed together and formed into 12 to 14 bites. The perfect treat, or even on-the-go breakfast, to satisfy a sweet craving while keeping blood sugar stable

    3. Herbal TeasThese are comforting and can help calm your jittery digestive tract. Chamomile specifically has been shown to ease anxiety and irritability; while green tea contains the amino acid L-Theanine

  • which provides a focused calm.

    4. Open-Faced PB&B
    1 slice whole-wheat toast + 1 Tbsp peanut butter + ½ banana + drizzle of honey. Foods that remind us of childhood are naturally comforting and calming, and this one just happens to be healthy, too.

    5. Dark Chocolate-Covered Almonds
    The intense flavor of dark chocolate can help curb cravings, and just 1 oz per day can help reduce stress hormones.

  • 6. Veggies & Dip
    2 sliced carrots or celery stalks + 2 Tbsp guacamole or hummus. If you're a snacker that needs to feel full to be completely satisfied, veggies fill you up without filling you out. Guac or hummus help that full feeling stay with you.

    7. Mini Parfait ½ cup yogurt + ½ cup blueberries + 1 oz chopped nuts. Dairy packs calcium and protein, both of which help your body release feel-good neurotransmitters.

    8. Flavored Water
    Opt for seltzer with cucumber slices, or any of these fun fruit- and veggie-infused Sassy Waters (that also help you de-bloat, too!). We often mistake

  • dehydration for hunger, so make your drinks more interesting so you're inclined to sip.

    9. Trail Mix
    1 oz walnuts + 1 Tbsp dried cranberries or raisins + 1 Tbsp dark chocolate chips. Studies show that regularly snacking on walnuts may help your body respond better to stress.

    10. Curry Roasted Chickpeas
    This recipe makes a great sub for chips—all the satisfying salt and crunch, none of the guilt.

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