With hybridised working here to stay, chances are many of us will still be spending at least some days every week working from home.
So what snacks should you be reaching for to get you through the day? We’ve listed our top 5 nutritious, or simply delicious, snacks that'll give you the extra boost you need - treating your tastebuds, as well as your brain.
Often given a bad rep for being bland, dry and sometimes smelling oddly strange (if you know, you know…) Rice Cakes have been give a facelift and a flavour-lift by Kallo.
Our favourite is available in over 15 different flavours and they’re great for those looking for a filling low calorie snack. Plus they pair with most things, from nut butter to a slice of cheese and tomato.
The key to unlocking the benefits of dark chocolate is choosing bars which contain 65-95% cocoa. In moderation, dark chocolate provides iron, magnesium and a powerful punch of antioxidants for immunity.
Our favourite is London based Land Chocolate who partnered with Apothem for a short run of CBD infused chocolate, perfect for those days you're feeling a little frazzled.
Did you know, walnuts are proven to be the best nut for brain health? Due to their dense concentration of omega-3 fatty acids they’re shown to improve cognitive performance. All you need is 6-10 walnuts as a recommended intake to pick you up during an afternoon slump.
Our favourite walnuts are from UK based Forest Whole Foods.
Not a lot of people know that popcorn is a wholegrain making it naturally high in protein, vitamin B and fibre. If you’re able to stay clear of the pre-packaged type that’s made in your microwave then it’s a great healthy snack.
Our favourite is London based Propercorn.
So as much as we try, snacks can’t be fully purchased with health in mind. Sometimes you just want to take a mental break from work and indulge the senses.
Our favourite is Torres Truffle Potato Crisps but be warned, they are delicious.