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15 Healthy Snacks for Linux Gurus

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I am not a nutritionist or health expert, but I can tell that majority of those who have computer related jobs are overweight. Programmers, web developers, and probloggers normally spend 8-12 hours per day sitting in front of the computer screen without moving a muscle, and are typically eating unhealthy snacks like fudge bars.

Linux/Unix gurus could be worse. They are those who usually spend much more time with their computers and devour much more fudge bars. Just take a look at some photos of Richard M. Stallman, John "Maddog" Hall, and even Linus Torvalds himself, and you will know what I mean.

Since I'm one of those who believe in the saying that "health is wealth", I decided to share to you this list of healthy snacks which I got from "Diet Blog". I hope this will not only benefit those who are overweight but also those who are not yet overweight Smile

Here's the essential list of healthy snacks already:

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re: NSFW

lolol That's an old one. It was used to gross us out years ago, but just when it's faded safely out of memory, somebody comes along to burn it back. Big Grin

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Yeah, I was being kind of sarcastic. Smile

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