7 HEALTHY FOOD CHOICES AT LO­CAL PETROL STA­TIONS

YOU’D BE SUR­PRISED WHAT PETROL STA­TIONS IN SIN­GA­PORE HAVE FOR HEALTHY FOOD. FROM SAL­ADS TO PROTEIN SHAKES, THEY HAVE ALL THE NUTRI­TION YOU NEED FOR A BAL­ANCED DIET.

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BREAK­FAST BROWN RICE & OAT SOFT GRAIN LOAF BY GAR­DE­NIA

Break­fast is the most im­por­tant meal of the day, so be sure to eat some­thing nu­tri­tious, like this! Just two slices will give you a 140calo­rie boost. It also comes with min­i­mal fat and a large help­ing of di­etary fi­bre, Just pop it in your toaster and you’re good for the next few hours!

$3.30*, Fair­price Ex­press & SPC Choice

POST-WORK­OUT ORIG­I­NAL NUTRI­TION SHAKE BY EN­SURE

If you need some­thing to re­plen­ish your­self af­ter an in­tense work­out, grab one of these. This tiny bot­tle con­tains only 220 calo­ries, but has a whop­ping 9g of protein and 32g of carbs, mak­ing it the pe­fect pick-me-up af­ter your fit­ness rou­tine.

$3.60*, Fair­price Ex­press

LUNCH/ DIN­NER GRILLED CHICKEN SALAD DE­LIGHT 500 MEAL BY MCDON­ALD’S

Never thought McDon­ald’s would have nu­tri­tious food, eh? If you live in the East, you’re in luck. Tampines now has a 24-hour McDon­ald’s Drive Thru in one of their Shell sta­tions. As the name sug­gests, it has only 261 calo­ries, yet con­tains 23g of protein and 25g of carbs per meal. Not only that, but it comes with de­li­cious corn and a Coke Zero (which you should swap for bot­tled wa­ter) $7.55 (de­fault meal), McDon­ald’s Drive Thru

SNACK AJITSUKE TAMAGO

EGGS BY TREATS Fee­l­img hun­gry? These ex­otic eggs are a bet­ter op­tion than the potato chips that line the shelves in petrol sta­tions. They are ac­tu­ally nu­tri­tious and keep you slim, with only 60 calo­ries per serv­ing. Still, these eggs are noth­ing to scoff at, con­tain­ing 5.6g of protein with only 3.7g of fat. Just watch those sodium lev­els! $2.50*, Fair­price Ex­press

MEDITER­RANEAN CHICKEN WHOLE­MEAL SAND­WICH BY TREATS

If you’re look­ing for a heavy but quick lunch on the go, try two pack­ets of this sand­wich. In to­tal, they con­tain 490 calo­ries, with 13.2g of protein and 35.3g of carbs. The bread’s 5.6g of fi­bre will also help keep you sat­is­fied for longer. If you still feel hun­gry, munch on the snacks we found. $3.20*, Fair­price Ex­press

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