• Felicia Newell, BSc, MSc(c), RD(c)

Easy, Yummy No-Bake Energy Balls

Snacks such as energy bites, energy balls, protein bars, and granola bars used to be more aimed for hikers who are on the go for long periods of time, or extreme athletes on-the-go. Now they are becoming more mainstream and used as snacks, and that’s okay, it’s just important to use them in the right way depending on your goals.

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Now back to your regular scheduled protein balls... ;)

The protein and fibre in these types of snacks, can help keep you full and satisfied if you need something quick to tie you over until your next meal. You can eat them on the go to help prevent you from getting too hangry…we all know how we can make bad decisions when we’re hangry. For more tips on snacks to help prevent you from being hangry, check out this blog post (when you're done reading this one of course). These energy bites are also going to manage your blood sugars and energy levels much better than a sugary chocolate bar alone, where you get a spike and energy, and then a crash whereas the protein and fibre in the energy bars will help delay digestion and help manage blood sugar and energy levels.

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