Fitness Minutes: (51,490)
1,310 11/18/11 9:50 P
One thing I did a lot in the summertime when my husband grilled just about every Sunday was have him grill some extra steak/chicken/whatever for me to put on my lunchtime salads during the week. I just bagged it up in 3 oz. servings. If I had time, I'd bring my own salad from home -- if not, I just brought the baggie with the protein serving in it and added it to a salad from the salad bar at my work cafeteria.
Fitness Minutes: (645)
30 11/18/11 9:27 P
i am woring on doing this is stead of just eating anything near
Usually two servings of fruit (chosen among grapes, apples, pears, bananas), 1 oz of string cheese, lowfat yogurt, and 1.5-2 cups of homemade soup. (This is for lunch and a snack or two.)
Fitness Minutes: (156)
26 11/14/11 12:09 P
I pack a prov cheese and chicken breast sandwich, a yogurt, an apple, and a luna bar for my lunch/snack.
Fitness Minutes: (114,911)
21,787 11/14/11 11:53 A
I made a salad that is about the size of my head and I am looking forward to it!!!
Fitness Minutes: (1,538)
162 11/14/11 11:31 A
It really depends on the day, but I usually bring leftovers from dinner the night before (I split my dinner in two and eat just half of it that night). I like tuna a lot, so either a toasted tuna sandwich a salad with tuna in it. I like fruit a lot too. I usually bring something like that along with my lunch if I can too.
Fitness Minutes: (40,802)
5,146 11/14/11 11:14 A
minestrone soup, with home mane tortilla chips and a snack of almonds
Fitness Minutes: (132,770)
57,365 11/14/11 7:42 A
It varies.. today is salad with a boiled egg and turkey..
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