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We're busy too - here's our go-to snacks!

A lot of our clients ask us what they should eat when they're so busy. How do I eat healthy when I have no time? With back-to-back clients, traveling to different buildings, meetings, and life in general we're super busy too so we get it! We appreciate you thinking we have it together - but we're also human and have similar struggles. When am I going to eat? Where am I going to fit in a few minutes to have a healthy snack/meal? A lot of times we don't have time to sit down and eat a meal during the workday. So we rely on healthy, quick snacks to power us through our day. We wanted to share some of these with you to inspire you and give you the tools you need to stay alert, focused, and energized even on your busiest days!


Lauras' go-to snacks:

  • Smoothie filled with all kinds of good things: spinach, frozen zucchini, frozen blueberries, whey protein, 1/4 avocado, 1/2 banana & water

  • Apple and hard-boiled eggs

  • Chomps grass-fed beef sticks and Bare Baked and Crunchy Apple Chips

  • Endangered Species: 72% or 88% dark chocolate

Leahs' go-to snacks:

  • Hard-boiled eggs

  • Paleovalley grass-fed turkey and beef sticks

  • Paleovalley dark chocolate superfood bar

  • Hummus with turkey on a rice cracker - usually add avocado to that

  • Handful of nuts

  • Mason jar- chia seed pudding- made the night before - with keifer, almond butter, blueberries, hemp, flax and chia seeds

  • Avocado toast or almond butter toast

Christys' go-to snacks:

  • Siggi's Skyr topped with walnuts and blueberries

  • Hummus & Carrots

  • Apple slices with peanut butter

Melissas' go-to snacks:

  • Plain greek yogurt with berries, peanut butter, and her homemade granola

  • 1/4 cup of plain nuts and seeds such as walnuts, almonds, pepitas, pistachios and an orange

  • Hard-boiled egg with avocado

  • Hummus with veggies

  • Roasted chic peas

  • Smoothie with kefir, spinach, berries, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, peanut butter, water, and Amazing Grass mix of spirulina, moringa, kale, and wheatgrass

Jims' go-to snacks:

  • hard-boiled eggs

  • banana with peanut butter

  • shrimp (a small bowl full)

  • nuts (pistachio or walnuts)

  • Icelandic yogurt (Skyr) with nuts, berries or by itself. I like this cause some of the flavors can feel like a desert.


Bryans' go-to snacks:

  • Hard-boiled eggs

  • Protein shakes

  • Smoothies with avocado, fruit, protein and collagen

  • Beef (turkey, venison) sticks

  • Fruit – apples, bananas

  • Plantains

Nicoles' go-to snacks:

  • Peanut butter energy balls (specifically from Frank Anthony’s if you're in the Seaport!)

  • Hard-boiled eggs

  • Turkey or beef sticks

  • Apples with peanut butter


Do you notice a pattern here (besides hard-boiled eggs haha!) These are all combination snacks with protein! Snacking smart is a way to ensure you're getting a satiating mini meal before your next meal. These snacks will leave you satiated for a few hours so they're great for in-between meetings and on the go. We hope these inspire you and help you snack smarter on your busy days!

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