Working long hours at a desk often leads to mindless snacking. Instead of reaching for unhealthy options, keep these nutritious snacks at your desk to fuel your body and support productivity.

Fresh fruit

Apples, bananas, oranges, and berries are easy-to-eat, vitamin-packed snacks that provide natural sugars and fiber.

Mixed nuts

Almonds, walnuts, and cashews offer a healthy dose of unsaturated fats, protein, and fiber. Remember to watch portion sizes.

Greek yogurt

Opt for low-fat or plain Greek yogurt and top it with fresh fruits, granola, or a drizzle of honey for a protein-rich snack.

Raw vegetables

Carrot sticks, celery, cucumber, and bell pepper slices are crunchy, low-calorie snacks that can be paired with hummus or Greek yogurt dip.

Rice cakes

Choose whole-grain rice cakes and top them with nut butter or avocado for a satisfying snack.

Hard-boiled eggs

Prepare a batch of hard-boiled eggs at the beginning of the week for a protein-packed snack that will keep you feeling full.

Dark chocolate

Indulge in a small piece of dark chocolate (70% cocoa or higher) to satisfy your sweet tooth while reaping the antioxidant benefits.

Air-popped popcorn

Skip the butter and opt for plain, air-popped popcorn for a low-calorie and high-fiber snack.

Whole-grain crackers

Look for crackers made from whole grains and pair them with hummus, guacamole, or low-fat cheese for a satisfying snack.

Homemade energy balls

Make a batch of energy balls using nuts, dates, and other healthy ingredients. Store them in the fridge for a quick and energizing snack.

By having these nutritious snacks readily available, you’ll be less tempted by unhealthy options and can maintain a balanced and productive workday.