#1. Banana

Bananas are the most popular and fondly consumed snack. Their high carbohydrate content provides energy and potassium which help prevent muscle cramps,

#2. Oatmeal porridge

Oats are rich in soluble dietary fibre named beta-glucan, which helps maintain our energy levels as a result of the sustained release of carbs in our body.

#3. Fruit smoothie

Fruit smoothies are yummy and packed with nutrients. One can easily experiment with different fruits and veggies to make smoothies as per their liking.

#4. Sweet potato

Sweet potatoes are rich in complex carbs which deliver sustained energy for a longer duration. This helps prevent our energy levels from dipping,

#5. Homemade granola bar

Unlike packaged bars, homemade bars are economical and not loaded with sugar. Use multigrain cereals, dry fruits, seeds, dates and nut butters to make them.

#6. Peanut butter

It comes with the benefit of proteins and good fats. Peanut butter can be consumed as it is, and even as a sandwich spread.

#7. Beetroot juice

Beetroot juice works as an excellent sports drink. It contains natural dietary nitrates which get converted to nitric oxide in our body.

#8. Protein powder

Protein powders are not only nutritious but also come with an additional advantage of convenience. 

#9. Trail mix

A homemade trail mix is an excellent snack to reap the benefits of both macro and micronutrients. Homemade trail mix can be made simply by mixing almonds, walnuts, cashew nuts,

#10. Boiled Egg

Eggs are incredibly nutritious and offer protein of high biological value. Similar to egg whites, egg yolks are also packed with nutrients like choline, vitamin A,