You can make a lot of quick easy lunches that are healthy: fruit is a great, easy thing to put in a lunchbox. It's the original "fast food". 2% string cheese is quick and easy, has calcium and protein. Don't forget about tree nuts (almonds, pecans, etc.). They have "healthy fats" in them and are also grab and go food. A little peanut or almond butter in a celery stick is great, and nut butters in general are good to smear on fresh fruit/veg for a little more protein. Cutting up some fresh veggies (carrots, bell peppers, etc.) at the beginning of the week and keeping in a ziploc bag is a great idea, as is washing an prepping all fresh items...even if you only have a minute in the morning they are ready to go.
i would say. one salad with ranch and a apple sauce to go with it then the drink i would say a smoothie. banana strawberry.that was the first lunch my mom used to give me and man was the good u should really try it u will love it.
make something that you love to eat over and over again for dinner, because if you make enough of it, you can be creative and do it again for lunch, that is the quickest lunch recipe I know,,,,be brilliant use your leftovers....if you eat healthy for dinner you will eat good for lunch...
fruit when your hungry smaller meals pork is bad for you i think so id try to stay away from that eating in front of the t.v. is bad because it seems to make you eat more there are logs on what food is good for you to eat and what food isnt just go to your closest nutrition office or you can look it up online
Sushi, sandwiches, and tacos!! If you don't know how to make sushi, I can give you the directions! But first, always buy the sushi wrapping, which is the roasted seaweed and it isn't disgusting once you try it. Trier, liars, just eat it! :D
I'm an old lady (46), and I've had gastric bypass surgery, so I know about healthy lunches being mandatory! I love sushi, Indian food, Thai food, Greek food...it seems the foreign foods are the healthiest! I've lost 140 lbs eating these foods as well as watching the fat content in the regular foods I do eat (soups, rice, potatoes, vegetables, fish), and cooking a lot of my meals at home, which allows me to ensure the least amount of fat in what I prepare because I know what went into preparing it.
Salads!! Chef Salads are according to what is in the fridge! Some kind of green leafy stuff for base, just a little because who wants to eat mostly green leafy!! now look and see what other salad veggies are there: tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, onions, cheese, hard cooked eggs, left over meats, deli meats, grapes, celery.
slice and dice whatever you find for about half cup each! Chicken, grapes, celery are great together. Beef, peaches or pears and the other green veggies are great. ham goes with anything!
Mexican chef salad: crushed corn chips or tortilla chips for base, browned ground beef or cubed roast beef, cooked beans - I like pintos best, green leafy, bell peppers, onions, grated cheese, avocado, tomatoes, anything you like! top with taco sauce!
Frito pie: put some in a bowel, top this with browned ground beef, cheese, and if you want some of the salad makings.
come on girlfriend!! you can get totally creative and have a much better lunch than peanut butter or omelettes!!