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Healthy Snacks To Bring To Work Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Healthy Snacks To Bring To Work.

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How America Grew

Highlights on food and America from the past 50 years: 1950’s – USDA creates four basic food groups: milk, meat, fruits and vegetables, and breads and cereals. 1954 – Swanson unveils the first TV dinners. Shoveling...  Read more

Snacking Healthy

While some dieters happily accept when someone suggests a snack, others feel pangs of guilt when a nibble is merely suggested. However, there is nothing inherently wrong with a bite between meals. In fact, snacking might be the missing ingr...  Read more

What SparkPeople Coaches Eat at the Movies

Going to the movies can be an enjoyable experience, but it can provide a host of temptations for anyone trying to lose weight or eat healthier. As soon as you walk in the door, you're hit with the smells and sights of delicious goodies--buttery p...  Read more

Eating Healthier at the Office

Work. It's where most of us spend the majority of our weeks. While that realization can be somewhat depressing, it also shows how your habits at work have a huge effect on your weight-loss goals. Sure, the office can be full of temptation--whethe...  Read more

Stop Weekend Binges

The structure of the work (or school) week can be extremely conducive to maintaining good eating habits. If you have a very predictable daily routine, it can be easier to plan meals and snacks and eat on a consistent schedule so that you never get to...  Read more

Eating healthy for few weeks now and when i monito
Updated 7/3/2015 10:49:38 AM

Eating healthy for few weeks now and when i monitor my calorie breakdown i noticed my protein is always severely low. im vegetarian for almost all days. So this means no eggs poultry or meat in the house. Anyone with tips on decent tasting protein?...  Read more

On these stressful work days of mine i don't feel
Updated 7/2/2015 8:27:12 AM

On these stressful work days of mine i don't feel motivation to track food, i know if it's gonna be a life style change it gotto be at every kindnof day not only happy days, but i'm doing my best to not overeat or starve myself because of stress......  Read more

The best motivation and inspiration when working o
Updated 7/1/2015 7:41:00 PM

The best motivation and inspiration when working out ...hearing my ass clap for me! Yay!😊...  Read more

Ugh! Packed a healthy lunch and left it on the cou
Updated 7/1/2015 11:02:04 AM

Ugh! Packed a healthy lunch and left it on the counter at home. Thank goodness Subway is close to work....  Read more

I've been working hard to reach 25,000 steps in on
Updated 7/2/2015 12:54:26 AM

I've been working hard to reach 25,000 steps in one day and I finally did it yesterday! I was exhausted but felt great for reaching my goal. Now on to my next goal of 30,000 steps! Love my FitBit and Spark People!...  Read more

how to avoid the vending machine

Every time I break a $5, I empty my wallet of change and $1 as soon as i get home. If I don't have change, then I can't buy candy or chips, I'll eat the healthy snack I brought to work....  Read more

saving a dollar a day

one of my goals is to save a dollar a day...  Read more

College Students

This group is for college students who are looking to get healthier and need a little support from those in a similar situation...  Read more

Kid Snacking: How Much Is Too Much?

I have a feeling that one day very soon, Im going to become the complaining parent at my 3-year old's preschool. I've always been conscientious about her diet (I prefer that term over "strict" or "crazy") so I knew that I'd have a hard time sending...  Read more

7 Ways to Survive a 4th of July Cookout

Need help resisting a second or third helping? Or do you need willpower to make smart choices? Check out these tips from dailySpark readers, who share How to Resist Overeating at a Party: Keep a water bottle in your hand or close by. Stay hydrated i...  Read more