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Calling all healthy eaters and health freaks!

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banned2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
I need your help! Basically I work at Sainsbury and during Lunch Breaks I just eat junk. Sandwiches, crisps and cola. I want to eat healthy. Anything to be honest. Should be low calories and low fat and maybe high in protein but I cant seem to think of anything even though I work there and am surrounded by food! Any suggestions? I have access to boiling water and a microwave if that helps.. :P
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banned2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
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Have a big breakfast in the morning. Porridge - Scrambled eggs & bacon - Museli and yoghurt - Yoghurt and fruit, any of these.

Take in fruit for your 10am snack - Banana, apple pear etc.

Either make your own soup, and take some in for your lunch, or just have a "healthy shake" for your lunch, and some more fruit at about 3pm.

Then you can come home and have a nice healthy dinner. Fish & rice, soups, salads.

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1 month - 10 pounds lighter easy!
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Cold noodles with chilli infused oil and spring onions is nice, have a tin of fish on the side.
make japanese rice balls in advance and have them with a salad and smoked salmon.
Instead of a sandwich have a ploughman's lunch of crusty bread, cheese, fruit or veg and maybe a hard boiled egg.
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With chilli con carne in a wrap you can't go wrong.
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I cook a load a chicken breasts at the beginning of the week and have them with salad for lunch. I also boil eggs at home and take them to work. Don't be lazy, prepare it at home ;)
#6
Chicken off the hot food counter . Whole meal roll . Bag of salad .
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I've been making couscous for lunches, and you can make several days worth in one go too.
Dried couscous 40-50g pour over 60-75ml boiling chicken stock. When cooled, fluff with a fork then add pesto (red or green), cubed; cucumber, spring onions, cherry tomatoes, olives and red or orange pepper. A drizzle of lemon juice and sprinkle with pine nuts. Yum!
Sometimes I have a buttered pitta with it too if I'm really hungry.
#8
miso soup
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Mars bars and chocolate dumplings with custard creams and trifle.

Cheese rolls for desert.
banned#10
Rice and Peas
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lol hoisin crispy owl and bonbonbonbons :D
#13
This was me 6 months ago. Look at me now! oO

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