Grabby food is a relatively new term that is used to identify ready and healthy foods to eat when hungry.
The term grabby food was born during the quarantine period and was designed for those who suddenly switched from normal work to smart working. By spending many hours indoors at home, the risk of grabbing the first thing that happens (usually sweets or savory snacks) is decidedly high.
Thus, this new way of eating that comes from English to grab (grasp) and food (food), offers valid alternatives to quickly make tasty and healthy meals at the same time. Perfect for keeping in line and taking care of your health.
Grabby food: how it works
Grabby food is a different way of eating that consists in choosing foods that are always ready and available. Therefore, these are foods to grab on the fly if you are hungry or to be consumed easily during a quick lunch .
The foods to choose are those considered healthier and are almost always among the foods of plant origin.
There are, for example, avocado, cauliflower, banana, dark chocolate, cannellini beans, carrots, almonds, walnuts and pistachios. By putting together the right ingredients effectively, you will obtain a colorful, healthy, dietetic and satiating meal. Ideal for quenching hunger without ruining the line .
Grabby food: what to eat
When we talk about grabby food we must think of greedy , nutritious and easy to manage foods . A quick and practical example is that of wholemeal bread with avocado, a food that satisfies, supports and offers a great variety of beneficial properties. Another example is that of the now famous bowl in which to insert healthy ingredients such as black rice, avocado , cannellini beans and other foods to taste.
If, however, you want to taste something sweet but healthy you can always focus on the classic dark chocolate, provided in small doses. Alternatively, you can make a smoothie made from healthy foods such as almond milk, pureed oats, fresh fruit and a sprinkling of cocoa.
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