Eating food is how most normal humans function, besides the recommended 3 meals per day, we like to eat on the side to take the edge off of our hunger. This instructable is to inform you on what and how to consume a satisfying snack.
Step 1: Chosing the Correct Food.
Since my mother is a personal trainer, I have a keen knowledge of mineral and vitamin needs. You need to have carbohydrates, fats, and sugars for a good snack. Try pairing together different food for the best results. (by the way, that's my Mom. And no, she's not on 'roids)
Step 2: Fruit and Veggies.
I would put fruit and veggies at the top of the list because they contain TONS of nutrients and can prevent many diseases including cancer. Apples are tasty and can be found in many varieties in almost all stores. Celery and carrots are good to eat with a dipping sauce and can benefit your immune system.
Step 3: Granola and Cereal.
Granola and cereal are my next choice because they contain lots of carbs and fats when served with milk. The only downside is they do not significantly benefit your body's immune system of function.
Step 4: Sugary Treats.
Occasionally it's okay to eat a sugary or fatty treat like chocolate, or fruit snacks, but never a stupidly stupid idea like eating pure lard.
Step 5: Fluids
Fluids like milk, fruit juice, and plain old water are great for quenching your thirst and can have great health benefits.