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How to Make a Healthy Lunch
It's too easy to reach for the quick burger and fries on your lunch break. But with some quick prep work and forethought, you can make a more healthy and fulfilling lunch for yourself or for your family. It's a good idea to use lunch as an opportunity to work healthy foods into your diet, keeping yourself in great shape and full throughout the day.
2 slices of whole grain bread
One or 2 slices of lean white meat
3 pieces of dark green lettuce
One teaspoon of low fat mayonnaise
1/2 cup sliced raw vegetables
3/4 cup berries or one piece of fruit
One small bag of baked chips
Water or low sugar juice
Add the mayonnaise, lettuce and meat to the sandwich.
Wash the fruit.
Fill a drinking bottle with your liquid of choice.
Place everything in a lunch box or insulated lunch bag.
QuestionWhat about ham salad, or wraps with ham and lettuce?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerHam salad, if it's store bought, tends to have an excessive amount of salt. So I would say that the wrap with ham and lettuce is healthier.Thanks!
QuestionWhat if I want something small?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIn that case, some veggies and protein (like turkey, eggs, etc.) could be a great choice.Thanks!
- Always wash fruits and vegetables to remove pesticides and other residue.
- Eat the vegetables, fruit or chips as a snack between meals, if desired.
- Refill your drinking bottle with water while at work, if possible. Refresh yourself with fluid periodically throughout the day.
- If you wish, make a whole wheat wrap with the same ingredients.
- Wash, slice and package the fruits and vegetables the night before, if desired.
- Place your lunch in a refrigerator at work, if possible.
- Set time aside to prepare your lunch.
- Recycle or reuse plastic drinking bottles.
- Add some veggies to the sandwich.
- Mix it up and use different fruit and veggies.
- If a refrigerator is not available, you can put a frozen ice pack in with your lunch, as this will keep the food fresh and cold for up to eight hours.
- If you're drinking water for lunch, freeze it the night before so that at lunch, the ice will melt and you'll get cold water!
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