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Raise your hands – how many of you have office desk drawers stuffed with more snacks than stationery? If you want to satisfy your cravings at work without feeling guilty, here’s a list of treats for your office stash that are yummy and healthy!

 

1. Saltine Crackers

Choose between plain, whole grain or whole wheat saltines – all give you energy while lowering your cholesterol.

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2. Air-Popped Popcorn

Caramel and butter popcorn may taste great, but both have high sugar content and can be really greasy. Plain popcorn without seasoning, on the other hand, provides valuable corn fibre that helps move things along in your digestive tract. Best of all, you can prepare this diet-friendly snack at home without using a drop of oil. Simple and yummy!

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3. Seaweed

Seaweed is a savoury, crunchy snack that’s low-calorie, nutrient-dense, and loaded with minerals and vitamins (A, C, E, K and B). Lightly seasoned with just a bit olive oil, it’s a super-nutritious alternative to potato chips and a great source of fibre.

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4. Granola Bars

Granola bars are the low-calorie star of high-fibre diet snacks. Portable, healthy, and delicious, these bars come in many great flavours, and you can eat them with dried fruits or yogurt. Wanna hear a secret? Many Hollywood actresses actually always carry granola bars in their bags.

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5. Cheese Sticks

Cheese sticks are handy little snacks filled with calcium and protein. Each stick is so small you won’t feel too guilty – even if you end up finishing the whole package!

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These smart food selections are great options for healthy stress relief. With these snacks in your desk drawer, you’ll be calm and ready to handle even the most hectic workload!

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