Tips for Healthy Eating & HUGE Giveaway by Orchard Valley Harvest and Market Basket

Orchard Valley Harvest and Market Basket Giveaway

Keeping healthy is not always easy. It’s making daily choices that are better for your body. Orchard Valley Harvest wants to help you be healthier with your snacking choices. They are proud to announce the arrival of their mini stand up bags in the produce section of Market Basket stores throughout the metro Boston area.

The Orchard Valley Harvest mini stand up bags help make delicious snacks more convenient for on-the-go consumers with an active lifestyle. Their delicious choices provide a healthier alternative to other impulse purchases like chips or candy. Whether it’s for added protein or to satisfy a sweet tooth, minis are the perfect grab-and-go snack choice. Keep them in your car, desk drawer, and purse or gym bag to fight off hunger or a quick energy boost.

Orchard Valley Harvest and Market Basket Giveaway

Minis are available in the following varieties:

  • Dark Chocolate Almonds
  • Cranberry Almond Cashew Trail Mix
  • Chocolate Raisin Nut Trail Mix
  • Cashew Halves & Pieces
  • Roasted Salted Almonds
  • Whole Natural Almonds
  • Dry Roasted Pistachios

I absolutely LOVE the dark chocolate Almonds, but all of the varieties are really good. Here are some tips for minimizing unhealthy eating:

  1. Exercise: Exercise (even a brisk walk) helps curb your appetite. It can even cause you to crave healthy foods.
  2. Distraction: Did you know that cravings will usually disappear after 2 minutes? Walk away from the fridge or snack cabinet and focus your attention on something else.
  3. Don’t Skip Meals: The large majority of people who struggle with late-night eating are those who skip meals or don’t eat balanced meals during the day. Try to be consistent.
  4. Change your nighttime schedule. Make it a goal not to eat at least two hours before your bedtime. You will sleep better and wake up with a healthy hunger for breakfast.
  5. Close the Fridge: Put a sign on your fridge: “Closed after dinner.” Drink water or tea to help minimize cravings.
  6. Brush your teeth right after dinner to get the taste of food out of your mouth and to make the statement” “I’m done eating!”
  7. No eating while multitasking: Eat without engaging in any other activities like reading, watching TV, or sitting at the computer. Savor the food and you’ll be more conscious of portions.

Orchard Valley Harvest and Market Basket Giveaway

Orchard Valley Harvest Prize Pack 

To help celebrate this new Orchard Valley Harvest stand up snack packs arrival to Market Basket, they are offering a HUGE giveaway. Here’s what you can win:

  • Variety of Orchard Valley Harvest minis
  • $250 Market Basket Gift Card
  • Define Bottle Water bottle
  • Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband

That is one amazing giveaway! Enter and spread the word to your friends. Good luck!

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Jenn Mitchell is a proud mom, wife and adventure seeker. She’s traveled either solo or with family to 20 countries and 36 U.S. states so far. A former personal trainer, Jenn looks for ways to keep her family fit and active both at home and on the road. Her goal is to inspire other moms and families to live happy and healthy lives.

This Post Has 17 Comments

  1. Jennifer

    This package would be awesome as I transition back to work. It will help me avoid the dreaded vending machine in the afternoon! I also plan on walking during my lunchtime.

  2. Pam

    I would like to start eating healthier on a more regular basis.

  3. Leigh Anne Borders

    Need to exercise more and not make excuses!

  4. Ashley B

    I would make the eating changes, definitely have to eat a lot healthier.

  5. Wendy

    Making exercise a priority and drinking more water.

  6. I’m so bad when it comes to not eating after dinner. I swear I’m constantly snacking after!

  7. Kelly

    I am wanting to eat more veggies. I have an organic garden planted, now I am just waiting for the harvest 🙂

  8. Dandi D

    I would like to get into a better exercise routine and eat more organic foods.

  9. Heather Hayes Panjon

    I’d Like To Walk More And Watch My Sugar Intake.

  10. Lea

    I will walk more often and faster. And eat more vegetables.

  11. Lauren

    I need to work on getting more sleep. Tracking with that Fitbit would help 🙂

  12. Colleen Boudreau

    Cut out fast food.

  13. Ana

    quit smoking and gain weight!

  14. Pat

    I would like to eat healthier and exercise more.

  15. Jeane Campbell

    I do go to Curves a few times a week, but I need to add a walk to my daily routine.. especially the days that I do not go to Curves.

  16. Amanda Sakovitz

    I really want to lower my carb intake.

  17. Thomas Murphy

    I want to start eating better and getting more exercise.

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