Snacking in the Afternoon, Yay or Nay?

January 15, 2015

Having a break after a day full of activities would be more relaxing with a cup of hot tea or coffee along with some tempting snacks. According to a research quoted from an article in, snacking meets about 20% of Indonesian people’s diet in every day, and snacks with sweet and savory taste are usually become the major choice for the afternoon snack time, such as doughnuts and fries.

 So, what if you are on a healthy diet? Does it mean you can’t have your afternoon snack anymore?

 Guess what, snacking could be an effective way to suffice your daily nutritional needs based on a research in an article quoted from Eating more often in fewer portions can help you lose weight and keep it off. You can eat the healthier and nutritional version of snack like banana, yam, and nuts for snacking.

 Throughout this January, The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta presents the Sultan’s Ngemil Sore (Sultan’s Afternoon Snack) at Lagoon Lounge, with a wide range of “Kampong” style snacks that could bring a nostalgic atmosphere to your afternoon snack time. Don’t worry; here we also serve healthy snacks for you healthy people.