Stressed? Eat this

There are healthy snacks you can get your hands on minus the guilt

People go through a lot of emotions because of various daily activities. Stress most of the time is regarded as a negative condition which has an impact on a person’s mental and physical being.

Stress may be brought about by problems in work, school and in the family. When stressed, most people ramp up their appetite and eat more than they normally do.

Also people tend to crave foods that are rich in fat and sugar.

Because of overeating and indiscriminate cravings when stress attacks, health experts suggest healthy snacks people can eat without the guilt feeling after everything has subsided.


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.

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.

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.

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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