Indoor-outdoor snacks can be healthy, even tasty
INDIANAPOLIS — Indoor-outside snacks can also be healthy.
That’s the conclusion of a new study published online in the International Journal of Food Science.
The researchers compared the nutritional profiles of indoor-outdoors snacks to those of traditional snacks that are traditionally consumed in the home.
They found that outdoor-outfitters have a higher protein, vitamin D and micronutrient profile than indoor-eaters.
In addition, the researchers found that indoor-eating can also lower the risk of developing certain cancers and heart disease.
The study was based on more than 2,400 people, and the researchers didn’t take into account the health of the participants’ families or health insurance status.
But the study shows that outdoor snacks can provide a healthy snack in addition to their traditional counterparts.
“I think that’s a big factor,” said study author James G. Kallenberg, M.D., a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
We’ve seen the benefits of consuming snacks in the house, but it’s important to remember that there are risks associated with consuming indoor-equipment foods,” he said.
For instance, if you eat more than 1,000 calories a day and your metabolism slows down, you can develop a condition called metabolic syndrome, which is associated with increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke.
It’s also important to consider the potential health benefits of eating outside, Kallenburg said.”
The more you’re out, the more you need to eat.
That’s the biggest reason to do it,” he explained.
“But then, when you’re outside, it’s very easy to overheat.” “
You might need to keep your thermostat at 65 degrees to prevent the body from overheating,” Kallberg said.
“But then, when you’re outside, it’s very easy to overheat.”
He said the research shows that if you have an allergy to indoor foods, then they might not be as appealing as they were when you were inside.
He recommended that consumers focus on getting a healthy and balanced diet while eating indoors.