Monday, August 18, 2014
Sponsored: Wasa, Staying Fit the Swedish Way
on Mon, Aug 18, 2014 at 5:25 PM
Wouldn’t it be nice to drop by a yoga session after a long day of running around town and be greeted by the scene above? Of course, some aspects of this video are purposefully exaggerated; a yoga class full of hot dads and a baby doing one-legged poses? It’s impressive, but highly unlikely (although Swedish fathers do tend to be heavily involved in the lives of their children). Part of the video does stay very true to life, though: the satisfying, nutritious crunch of a Wasa cracker.
Whether you eat ‘em with fruit, spreads, cheeses, or just on their own, biting into a Wasa cracker will undoubtedly fuel your appetite for life. Baked with tons of fiber and nutrients and with a low calorie content, snacking on these crackers is just one of the many ways we can make the most out of life, like the Swedes do. Now, if only we could join them for another Swedish custom: built-in coffee breaks twice a day in the workplace!
This post has been sponsored by Wasa
We’ve known for a long time that the Swedes have a great approach to healthy living—just look at how much they enjoy the great outdoors, or their super bike-friendly cities. And another crucial part of that wholesome, natural lifestyle? Eating Wasa crackers! In the video below, Wasa imagines what the lives of American women would be like if we behaved a little more like our Swedish friends.