Get a balanced diet with these five healthy snacks

Updated: Jun 18, 2019, 13:34 IST | mid-day online correspondent

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Get a balanced diet with these five healthy snacks
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Fitness is very important in today's world. Often caught up in a fast paced life, maintaining good health is something many people overlook. But we have a simple hack to help you stay healthy without investing much time and trouble. Here's a list of five protein snacks you must add to your daily diet to stay fit and healthy.

These muchies only does it come with the promise of healthy fare, but also th­at it will surprise you with its un­usual flavours.

1. Yogabar Muesli

A glorious blend of rolled and toasted whole grain flakes with raisins, apricots, cranberries, pumpkin seeds & nuts. You can now buy this Yogabar Muesli for a discounted price of Rs 254. Shop here


2. The Butternut Co. Unsweetened Peanut 

Ground to perfection creating an all-natural creamy nut spread. Meet our one ingredient pure nut butter with no added anything. Oil, sugar and preservative free. Nuts are high in protein, fiber and many essential vitamins and minerals. Add it to a smoothie for breakfast, have it with a banana, or enjoy on toast for the perfect snack. It’s hard to be sweet all the time, right? The Bare Peanut Butter would definitely agree. All the goodness without the sweet. Because sometimes the right ingredient is all that matters. Only pure protein and fiber derived from the peanuts. No other nonsense. Just really yummy to the core. You can now buy this The Butternut Co. Unsweetened Peanut for a discounted price of Rs 340. Shop here


3. Keeros Multiseed Roasted Supersnack

At Keeros we are determined to satisfy the mid- meal hunger pangs with natural snacks that are inspired by traditional Indian foods and global health food trends. Unlike deep-fried and artificially flavoured snacks, Keeros provides perfectly blended super snacks with healthy nutritional benefits. You can now buy this Keeros Multiseed Roasted Supersnack for a discounted price of Rs 200. Shop here


4. OOSH Seedless Black Raisin

Raisins pack more nutrition than their small size might indicate. When grapes are dehydrated to produce raisins, the nutrients become more concentrated, making a handful of raisins a snack rich in nutrients. You can now buy this OOSH Seedless Black Raisin for a discounted price of Rs 403. Shop here



White Poha Nutritions is processed from white rice which is enriched with antioxidants. (White Poha Nutritions) it contains antioxidants which help in fighting with free radicals in our body, preventing the risk of diseases. It can be used to make various dishes such as fried poha, milk poha. At elworld organic, we care about making you enjoy the food you love. We believe in transparency of ingredients and feel responsible to make you aware about how we source of the ingredients and utilize them in making the most healthy range of products. You can now buy this White Rice Poha for a discounted price of Rs 135. Shop here


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