Emergency doctors share 7 longevity foods they eat to stay ‘healthy, full and energized’ every day

Most people assume doctors have perfect eating habits. But our days are busy and we rarely, if ever, have scheduled breaks. Many of us go entire shifts without sitting down to eat a full meal.

To avoid vending machines or cabinets stocked with peanut butter and crackers typically reserved for patients, we need quick options that are of high nutritional value.

As an emergency doctor, here are seven longevity snacks we eat to stay healthy, full and energized all day:

1. Nuts

2. Hummus

3. Vegetables

Some people like the crudités concept: carrots, celery, and small pieces of broccoli or cauliflower. We love veggie options like these that are bite-sized, raw and crunchy, and full of fiber and vitamins.

Roasted sweet potatoes are great, too, especially given how tasty, vitamin-filled and filling they are.

4. Avocados

5. Olives

6. Roasted seaweed

Edible seaweed is nutritious and widely available. It is low in calories and high in fiber.

Roasted seaweed offers a unique taste texture. The bite-sized sheets pop in your mouth, so you get the crunchy effect of eating chips.

7. Hard-boiled eggs

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