Snack time. It can either be used for good or evil. The foods and portions you choose can add nutrition to your day, or sabotage everything you have done and set you up for a blood sugar roller coaster.
Americans are snacking on average between 2 and 3 times every day! So it’s easy to see how influential snacks can be. Snacks can either help you achieve your health goals, or lead you astray.
Many people plan out their meals, but forget about snacks, leaving the decision up to impulse. I’m here to tell you that no good decision can be made when you’re hangry! (And I mean NO decisions should be made with low blood sugar. What to eat? Nope. What to wear? Nope. What to watch? Nope. Which car to buy? Nope.)
This is where snacks can be a benefit. But like I talked about here, snacks should have aid in helping balance blood sugars.
Welcome GoodFood’s Guacamole to go. You get fresh, chunky guacamole (made with quality, real ingredients), and a portion of corn tortilla chips.
So RUN, don’t walk to the store and find these next to the other refrigerated guacamole. You will thank me later.