30 Day Nutrition Challenge: Day 27

Posted on November 27th, 2012 by admin

30 Day Nutrition Challenge
DAY 27 –
 
Snack Attack
To prevent over-eating at dinner and inhaling food when you come home from work or school, packing a healthy mid-afternoon snack is critical.  Think about combining a food that offers a source of protein with a complex carbohydrate.  Some healthy mid-afternoon snack ideas include: a pear with 10-20 raw almonds, a probiotic yogurt with a piece of fruit, a few whole grain crackers (e.g. sodium-reduced Triscuits) with a piece of cheese, a cut up apple dipped in natural peanut or almond butter, carrot and celery sticks dipped in hummus, a hard boiled egg with some grapes on the side, cut up cantaloupe or peach slices with cottage cheese, etc.

DAY 27 – Success Tracker
□ Packed a mid-afternoon snack that included protein and complex carbs

By: Jennifer Broxterman, MSc, RD
Registered Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist
NutritionRx | Professional nutrition counselling services in London, Ontario, Canada
www.nutritionrx.ca
info@nutritionrx.ca

See Other 30 Day Nutrition Challenge Posts
Day 1: Clean Sweep
Day 2: Grocery Shopping
Day 3: Prepare a “Veggie Bucket”
Day 4: Vegetables at Lunch
Day 5: Vegetables at Lunch
Day 6: Fruit at Breakfast
Day 7: Hydration
Day 8: Benefits of Tea
Day 9: Practice Mindful Eating
Day 10: Omega-3 Fish
Day 11: Omega-3 Flaxseeds & Chia Seeds
Day 12: Try a New Recipe
Day 13: Limit Alcohol
Day 14: Nuts & Seeds
Day 15: Plan Your Meals
Day 16: Grocery List
Day 17: Batch Cook & Freeze Leftovers
Day 18: Water Break Mid-Afternoon
Day 19: Avoid Eating Out
Day 20: Fruit Smoothie
Day 21: New Herbs & Spices
Day 22: New Vegetable or Fruit
Day 23: Dark Green Vegetables
Day 24: Bright Orange Vegetables & Fruit
Day 25: Practice Positive Self-Talk
Day 26: Salad at Dinner
Day 27: Snack Attack
Day 28: Cut Out Sugary Beverages
Day 29: Rainbow of Colour
Day 30: Set a New Goal or Repeat a Missed Goal