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If you tend to get hungry in between meals and end up stuffing your face with junk food, here are some healthier alternatives. Carry these foods with you to munch on when you get hungry.
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Chickpeas (channa) is a snack that you can eat any time. It’s loaded with protein and contains barely any fat. You can eat plain channa, masala channa or channa chor garam – take your pick!
Puffed rice (kurmura) is a light snack that you can eat at any time during the day. Roasting it with a little oil, salt and turmeric (haldi) gives it a great flavour!
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Nuts are loaded with proteins, healthy fats and several vitamins and minerals that make them super healthy. If you find them too boring by themselves, buy some masala nuts, they’re a lot more fun to eat!
4. Baked snacks
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Instead of eating fried potato chips, opt for baked snacks like khakhra, ragi /nachni chips or baked soya sticks.
Carry a small jar of fennel seeds (saunf) with you, or keep it in your office drawer. Apart from being loaded with plenty of healthy nutrients, it also freshens your breath and improves digestion.
6. Masala corn
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Boil some corn and add spices to it, for a healthy and yummy snack.
Before you groan, sprouts can actually taste pretty good if you cook them well. Check out these easy sprouts recipes.
8. Egg sandwiches
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If you like eggs, boil them and put them on whole wheat bread – voila, you have a protein-rich snack that could double up as a meal! Add whatever condiments and sauces you like.
9. Homemade popcorn
Instead of buying store-bought popcorn, which is loaded with butter and salt, just make your own at home!
10. Fruits and veggies
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Carry your favourite fruits or slice up some veggies in the morning and take them with you to work. Fruits and veggies make for extremely healthy snacks that will keep you full in between meals.
These sesame seed (til) and jaggery (gur) ladoos are loaded with vitamins, calcium and iron. They’re perfect for when you’re craving something sweet after a meal.
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Make your favourite soup and carry it with you in a thermos to sip on whenever you get hungry.
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Carry some instant oats with you and cook them in the microwave with a little milk at work. Add some fruits for more nutrition and flavour.
14. Whole wheat biscuits
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Check out this easy recipe for healthy whole wheat biscuits that go very well with tea and coffee.