3 Great Times to Snack (And 1 Time to Avoid!) - Daily Crunch

August 17, 2021 2 min read

3 Great Times to Snack (And 1 Time to Avoid!)

3 Great Times to Snack (And 1 Time to Avoid!)

To some, the idea of “snacking” continues to have a bad reputation, but it can be an important partner to a balanced diet as well as a secret weapon to remaining on your wellness journey. At Daily Crunch Snacks, healthy snacks are our mission, which is why our products are all non-GMO, Vegan, gluten-free, and made with clean ingredients. We also love to explore the relationship between our physical health and mental health, which is why we are working to eliminate the guilt that comes with intentional snacking.

Here are three times that snacking can benefit your health and wellness and one unusual time when you should consider skipping the snack!

Around A Workout

Whether you prefer extra energy to get you through cardio day or prefer a recovery snack after a tough lifting session, the importance of protein around a workout cannot be overstated. It is a necessary component of muscle repair and muscle growth. Daily Crunch almonds are packed with protein and are sprouted and dehydrated to make them more nutrient dense and easier to digest than raw or roasted nuts. Give your body the fuel it needs to crush that workout and stay on track towards your individual health goals!

 Before the Grocery Store

How many times have you gone to the grocery story hungry only to get home with tons of food you don’t want or need? It happens to the best of us, and it seems to happen much more often when we’re trying to follow new dietary routines or develop better eating habits. Snacking on sprouted almonds before you swing by the grocery store can help eliminate that mid-store stomach grumble that will have you impulsively reaching for the cookies. Then you can focus your time on what foods fit your current needs, rather than which bags will be easiest to open and devour the second you get into the car.

 Before a Big Meal

“A snack before a meal? No way!” If you are going to a fabulous restaurant with friends or a dinner party with family, big plans can sometimes lead to lighter eating during the day in anticipation of the extravagant meal. This can often lead to over-ordering or over-eating, resulting in a much less nourishing day than anticipated. Consider sprouted almonds an appetizer! It can be much easier to stick to your personal health goals when you’re not so desperate for dinner that anything edible will do!

When You Are Watching TV

Hear me out! While snacking can truly be a secret weapon in developing healthy habits, *mindless* snacking can be its worst enemy. When our minds are so focused on the latest action movie or our favorite show’s season finale, we lose sight of what our hands and mouths are doing on the side. Unless you have perfectly portioned snacks (like our 1.5 oz mini-bags!), consider snacking before you turn on your TV so you don’t end up with an empty family-sized bag of potato chips.

As you figure out the routine that works best for you, remember to be intentional about everything you put in your body. We are here to help you with that.



Also in Extra Crunch Blog

Are almonds a good source of protein?
Are almonds a good source of protein?

May 12, 2022 5 min read

If you’re seeking excellent sources of protein, don’t count almonds out! In this blog post, we’re sharing facts about protein and answering if almonds are really that rich in protein after all.
Looking to up your meal prep game? 7 healthy recipes for meal prep
Looking to up your meal prep game? 7 healthy recipes for meal prep

March 21, 2022 4 min read

Looking for ways to spice up your meal prep game? Try these recipes for meal prep to eat healthy, nutritious make-head meals all week long.

 

The Many Health Benefits of Sprouted Nuts
The Many Health Benefits of Sprouted Nuts

March 04, 2022 4 min read

If you’re wondering which nutritious snacks promote lifelong wellness, sprouted nuts are an excellent option! We’re breaking down the health benefits of sprouted legumes and nuts in this blog post.

X