We’ve all experienced it. That rising irritation causing us to uncharacteristically lash out or behave grumpily. It can lead us to disagreeing or arguing with someone with the stomach in mind. Of course, some of us hanger more quickly or easily than others, but avoiding conflict with a hangry person is something we learn early on: When you got in trouble as a kid, you (hopefully!) learned to not upset your parents with the news until after dinner was served.
Eating a good meal is often left on a backburner throughout the day while we’re too busy working, studying, running errands, etc. Neglecting to properly maintain blood sugar levels, however, compromises your focus and productivity along with triggering moodswings. As a matter of fact, skipping meals or eating junk foods can actually aggravate a tendency toward binge-eating once you finally find the time for food.
Our team totally gets it. Along with our appetite-satisfying meals, we also craft protein packed snacks in the event you find your stomach growling.
By: Michelle Luong