Which snacks should I be eating at work?

At work, a healthy snack may consist of one of three: 1) fruits, nuts, and seeds.

Some studies show a link between consuming fruits and better mental health.2) Fruit, berries, and vegetables, which are high in antioxidants and other nutrients.3) A healthy snack, which contains one or more of the following ingredients: nuts, seeds, fruit, nuts or seeds, vegetables, soybeans, beans, dairy, nuts.

4) Protein.

The protein in protein-rich foods (e.g., protein-fortified breads) may help lower blood sugar levels.5) One of the four macronutrients, which includes carbohydrates and fats.6) One or more types of fruits, such as berries, raspberries, plums, apples, pears, pomegranates, plump nectarines, peaches, and plums.7) A non-dairy, non-meat, low-fat or plant-based source of protein.8) A vegan snack, such, as soy, rice, and hemp seeds.9) A plant-free snack, like hemp seeds and hemp-based seeds.10) A gluten-free, vegan or gluten-containing snack.11) A grain-free and/or vegan snack.12) A dairy-free or vegan snack or a plant-less, vegan snack that includes at least one grain-containing ingredient.13) A sweetener that is high in calories.14) A protein powder, which may contain more than one protein source.15) A liquid food source that contains at least 100 grams of protein per serving.16) A vegetable, fruit or vegetable-based snack that contains a variety of plant- or vegetable foods.17) A meal, snack or beverage that contains up to five percent of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of protein, carbohydrates, and fat.18) A low-calorie snack.19) A snack that is not prepared to be eaten at the same time as work.20) A food or beverage with a low calorie value that is specifically prepared to replace protein or other essential nutrients, such a protein shake, a cereal bar, or a smoothie.21) A breakfast that is prepared and consumed after lunch, after work, or when the employee is not in a meeting.22) A lunch or dinner with snacks, such foods, such drinks, such snacks, or such beverages that are prepared and eaten after work.23) A drink or a snack that does not contain milk, cream, sugar, or artificial sweeteners, but does contain a low-sugar or low-fructose corn syrup-derived carbohydrate source.24) A beverage with at least 50 percent water, including juice, water, and ice, and a source of at least 150 milligrams of sodium per serving (mg/l).25) A juice bar, smoothie, or other energy drink.26) A product that contains 100 percent fruit and/ or vegetable juice.27) A fruit juice bar that is fortified with 100 percent fresh or dried fruit and that is added to the drink.28) A coffee or tea that contains the caffeine of at a dose that is sufficient to produce caffeine intoxication.29) A cup of coffee, tea, or any other energy beverage.30) A sugar-free breakfast or smoothie that is sweetened with sugar.31) A salad, salad bar, dessert bar, snack bar, cookie, candy, or fruit snack.32) A bar snack that uses a non-fat, low sugar source such as whole wheat bread or rolled oats.33) A smoothie with a fruit-based ingredient that has a higher calorie content.34) A sandwich or other sandwich with cheese or a spread that is made from a low sugar or low fat source such the low-carb version of a low fat cheeseburger, a low carb version of some sandwich meats, or some kind of a sandwich made from chicken or turkey.35) A pizza that is topped with a slice of fruit.36) A ice cream with cream, vanilla or other sweetener, and fruit.37) A baked potato.38) A cake, cake liner, or cake roll.39) A candy bar, chocolate bar, brownie, bar cookie, cupcake, muffin, or similar snack.40) A soft drink with a sweetener or a flavor enhancer.41) A frozen dessert with fruit or a frozen bar snack.42) A chocolate dessert, chocolate cupcake or chocolate bar with ice cream.43) A cereal bar.44) A dessert bar that uses at least 75 percent of energy from fat.45) A soda fountain drink, which is flavored with artificial flavors, colors, and ingredients, such an orange juice or grapefruit juice.46) A gelateria