Snack Your Way to Good Health

| November 14, 2012

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Some Snacks Are Healthy

Do you dislike fruits? Surprise, surprise! You do not as much as you think. Even if you eat unhealthy snacks, you may be getting your daily serving of fruits and nuts.

What you actually mean is that you do not like fruits in the raw–fruits as they are. As a result, you give in to energy bars and while you may be getting your daily in take of fruits, you are also taking in too much toxins; after all, manufacturers have to add various ingredients to preserve their products’ shelf life.

With that said, focus on buying natural ingredients and make your own. You may search on the Internet for some recipes or watch how others do theirs and enhance or take away from them.

A recipe that I have come to love and have never followed to the tee is demonstrated in this video below. To make it healthier, I add more fruits and cut back on maple syrup.

Another snack you may find interesting is unveiled in the following video. Again, you could use your discretion and dress it up or down or improvise however you see fit because no matter what some cooks or experts say, recipes are not written in stone. Think about the millions of people who occupy this universal space. There must be more than one way to eat figs.

Here is another route. You can simply write down the natural components of some of your most cherished snacks and experiment making them. Sometimes the flavors are not always exact, but you will be amazed to know how close you come.

Never condemn food if you have not tried it. Once you open your mind, you may learn that you can sit down and snack your way to good health on sliced apples with a drizzle of maple syrup or a fruit bowl with lemon zest, agave nectar, and coconut milk. Admit it. It sounds appealing, does not it?

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