Avoid energy dips and fatty snacks by adopting a diet rich in healthy oats
How much do you spend a day on sugary snacks, coffees and junk foods that give you an instant hit but do nothing for your long-term energy levels?
According to a study from Nairns Oatcakes, we spend on average, £10.90 a day on unhealthy food choices that lead to sugar highs and lows: the 'crash and burn' effect. At the same time, 40% of us experience a major energy dip between 6pm and 8pm. One way to avoid falling into this danger zone is by ensuring you incorporate oats into your regular diet. More than an instant hit, they'll help keep energy levels high for longer.
Try the following recipes from Nairns Oatcakes for delicious oaty snacks that should help you steer clear of high-sugar alternatives.
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