Work Life Balance is something many of us have tried to master over the years. I know for me, it hasn’t been easy to perfect. It takes a lot of hard work to make sure that your personal life and your business life get their much needed attention. Doing so can cause long hours, as you try to get everything done while conquering all that is on your to-do list.
Which is why it is important for you to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Eating right and exercising is an important part of Work Life Balance and overall health. Peanuts are a Superfood which can give you energy in a safe and healthy way. Instead of quick fixes with jolts of caffeine and things that may not be as good for you, peanuts can help boost your energy levels and give you the superpower you need to finish your day effectively.
- Peanuts are a good source of B vitamins and protein, both are nutrients that can prevent brain fatigue.
- Peanuts don’t have any cholesterol, and the monosaturates and polyunsaturates in them can help lower cholesterol levels.
- Because they contain over 30 essential vitamins and nutrients, peanuts are indeed a Superfood. The Macmillan dictionary defines “Superfood” as a food that is considered to be beneficial to your health and that may even help some medical conditions. (via Wikapedia)
- Peanuts provide good, long lasting energy that can take you through the day.
As you can see, peanuts are a wonderful source of healthy energy. Take peanuts with you to the office to snack on and to give you the boost of energy you need. Leave peanut packets in your purse or in your car for the kids while you are out and about. It’s a healthy and fun snack the whole family will enjoy.
Peanuts also make great toppings on foods and desserts. And don’t forget the peanut butter!
For recipes and more information about the National Peanut Board and #EnergyToBurn, make sure to visit their social channels and websites below:
Get your peanuts on!
The National Peanut Board provided me with a gift card to promote their Energy to Burn campaign, but the thoughts and recipes shared in this post are my own.