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BPO Agents Should be Eating This To Stay Healthy

BPO Agents Should be Eating This To Stay Healthy

BPO Agents Should be Eating This To Stay Healthy

BPO Agents Should be Eating This To Stay Healthy

What should I eat after working the night shift? 

Many agents are hungry after working the night shift. But which foods keep your tummy full, satisfy you, and prevent unnecessary weight gain?

In this article, we will show you the best foods that BPO agents should be eating to stay healthy while working a night shift.

Sprouted Bread

Sprouted bread is a totally different thing from brown bread, sourdough type recipes. 

As the name suggests, this is whole-grain bread that has been given time to sprout, or germinate.

This bread is high in certain nutrients, including protein, fiber, and vitamins B and C. Chia seed jam, almond butter, and berries make a great toast topper.

Whole-grain toast, banana, peanut butter, cacao bits, chopped pistachios, and pomegranate seeds

As delicious as this sounds, you probably can’t be bothered, right? It may be too long to read, and you may get exhausted because of that.

You can toast some whole-grain bread (one slice is enough), spread some crunchy, natural peanut butter, then cut up a banana and drizzle honey or sprinkle cinnamon on top. Yummy! 

While bananas give athletes an energy boost, they also contain proteins and magnesium, which can help you get a great night’s sleep.

Warmed oats with blueberries and a dollop of Greek yogurt on top

Oats are packed with complex carbs, fiber, and protein, which slowly deliver goodness over a few hours. And that’s not all; oats can also help lower our risk of heart disease.

The blueberries actively prevent fat from forming, and the Greek yogurt is jam-packed with protein and calcium, has precious probiotics, and is good for the gut. Greek yogurt with fresh fruit and almonds is also a great meal choice.

Almonds are not only high in nutrients, but they also provide a great source of the sleep-regulating hormone melatonin.

An apple

Don’t you feel like eating a big, hot meal? Try an apple!

Some say eating an apple before bed is not a good idea due to its ability to produce gas, making you severely uncomfortable when trying to sleep.

However, there is overwhelming evidence that eating an apple can help you sleep due to its high levels of vitamin C, vitamin B6, and potassium. 

Once you get home, eat first, then take a bath and prepare for bed. This can decrease the chance of reflux when eating too close to bedtime.

Green smoothie

If you prefer to drink something after a night shift because you just can’t even chew, no worries, we’ve got you covered!

A green smoothie packed specifically with spinach, nuts, and seeds is rich in magnesium, which relaxes your muscles and, in turn, puts your body in a sleepy state.


Chomping on a few walnuts after a night shift is not appealing, but if you add half a handful of chopped walnuts to oats, maybe we’ll all be interested.

Walnuts are one of the best foods to eat to increase the production of the sleep hormone melatonin. They are also linked to reducing high cholesterol and boosting your heart health.

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