The Walnut’s Top Seven Healthy Study Snacks

If you’re a UT student, it’s crucial to remember to keep your study energy up with some of Hodges Library’s nutritious food choices. This list will help you find the healthiest, tastiest options and keep away those nagging exam-time munchies.

1. Pizza-flavored Combos: This tasty treat gives you all the health benefits of pizza: tomatoes, cheese, pepperoni, and bread all in a convenient pretzel-wrapped chalky paste.

2. Strawberry Poptart: This delicious snack provides all the health benefits of strawberries, everyone’s favorite fruit. Strawberries are also currently in season, so the Poptarts are extra fresh.

3. Peach rings: Peaches are high in Vitamin C, which is great for your skin. All you have to do is wipe the sugar dust off your face, and your beautiful skin will glow.

4. Chef Boyardee ravioli: The protein from the meat-like filling satisfies your hunger, and the fresh tomato from the sauce is an excellent source of Vitamin A, which prevents blindness. After sitting for eight hours three inches away from a library computer screen, your eyes will thank you for the healthy boost!

5. Apple Jacks: Apples are believed to reduce the risk of lung cancer. So Apple Jacks, besides being delicious, will help offset the carcinogens of your stress-induced chain smoking.

6. Starbucks glazed donut: This sweet treat is from Starbucks, so it has to be healthy. It gives you a whopping 2% of your recommended daily calcium intake, so feel free to eat about 50 of them to make your bones nice and strong. You’ll need strong bones to carry around that big brain of yours and the extra 21,000 calories.

7. Bass Pro Shop cheese/meat combo: This snack is a super convenient 2-for-1: you get the calcium from the cheese substance and the protein from the meat substance at the same time. And they top it all off with dripping meaty cheese grease. Delicious and nutritious!

–All writing and reporting by Penultimate Warrior

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Posted by on May 4 2011. Filed under ALL THINGS AARON CARTER, FEATURED STORIES, Knoxville News, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.

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