5 Snacks You Need This FIFA World Cup

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Snacking and soccer matches come in hand in hand, but are you consuming stuff that are actually good for you? Choosing healthy snacks can offer multiples health benefits for you, at the same time keep your hands and tummy satisfied while watching the game! Put down that bag of unhealthy chips and get your healthy snacks journey started! Here are 5 healthy snacks you need in your snack stash this World Cup.

 

 1. Organic Soft Dried Mulberries

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Amphora Dried White Mulberries are like sweet chewy jewels of goodness! Thousand years ago, they were used by the Greeks and Romans for their many health benefits. The Chinese have used the leaves of the Mulberry tree to feed their silkworm, make tea, and for a variety of health issues. These organic mulberries are grown on the Mediterranean fields in Turkey. They are sun dried to perfection and then rehydrated with spring water to give it a jam-like texture as compared to other dried fruits. Add them into your morning cereal or granola for a surprising new taste, or eat it on its own as a perfect snack will watching the World Cup!

 

2. Sesame and Quinoa Purple Corn Chips

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Drop that bag of overly flavoured potato chips and try out these purple corn chips instead! Purple corn contains high amounts of anthocyanins, which are miracle molecules found in darkly coloured fruits and vegetables. Originated from Peru, these gluten-free organic purple corn chips are made without chemical pesticides, fertilizers, and other artificial chemicals. Add some colour to your party and dunk these chips in your favourite guacamole, salsa or cheese dip!

 

3. Brazil Nuts

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Nuts lovers, have you tried brazil nuts? Brazil nuts are grown in rich rainforest soils, making them rich in a wide range of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and phytochemicals. These nuts are the perfect healthy snacks for a healthy diet, and pairs perfectly with cakes and other baked goods. Fun fact; Brazil nuts are actually not from Brazil, but Peru!

 

4. High Protein Granola

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Granola can be considered as a healthier form of cereal, and it is just as good as them! Containing rolled oats, pumpkin seeds, chopped almonds and walnuts, and brown rice syrup, this mixed goodness is the perfect breakfast food to start your day right! Furthermore, it is toasted and ready-to-eat, and packaged in a handy portion sized sachets for you to bring over to your friend’s place and watch the soccer match together!

 

5. Organic Dried Cranberries

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Are you craving for something tangy? Try out dried cranberries! Cranberries have exceptionally high nutritional and antioxidant content and are often considered one of the world’s superfoods. These organic tart, flavourful morsels are terrific baked into cakes and bread, or thrown into salads and yogurt as toppings. You can even have them on its own as the perfect snack while supporting your favourite country!

 

Choosing the right snacks is as important as any other diet tips can get. Choose snacks that are actually good for you, for a better and healthier World Cup season!

 

Jie Yeu