Rethinking feel-good snacks on the job

It’s hard to say “no thanks” to a chocolate-glazed doughnut.

It’s even harder to say “no thanks” to a chocolate-glazed doughnut seven hours into a shift so hectic you haven’t had a chance to eat lunch. Or breakfast, for that matter, because you’d rather devote those precious morning minutes to some much-needed sleep.

In this week’s episode of “The Katie Duke Show” on ScrubsBeat, Katie discusses a nurse’s unique and also challenging relationship with food—especially food that provides a temporary sense of comfort and relief.

Check out the video below to find out what Katie has to say about rethinking those “feel-good” foods so they can really start to do something for you. Then, tell us how you achieve smarter snacking while you’re on the clock in the comments section below!

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Katie Duke


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2 Responses to Rethinking feel-good snacks on the job

  1. fionaMc

    What about carrot sticks and hummus dip, yum !!

  2. Liz Friess

    On my floor we’ve recently discovered the joys of cotton candy grapes. They are addicting!