That's a tough one--eating on the run doesn't make it easy to eat healthy. What about wraps with lots of veggies, or peanut/almond butter on sandwich thins? Leaving out meat and cheese cuts out most kinds of sandwiches, of course. Good luck, hopefully someone else will have more suggestions for you!
Denise (Half Fanatic #1279) - PDT Time Zone
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I have recently been doing Weight Watchers and drifted a bit from the online realm of Spark. The scale is moving down (Woohoo!), but have decided in this past weekend that I really need this online support. Enough of that...I need help! My biggest downfall is lunch time. I am a music teacher who has to travel between towns and my lunch is usually consumed in the car. Because of that, I need finger foods. Soups and salads aren't an option (I've tried and usually end up wearing most of it!). The other kicker is (as a personal preference) I only eat meat at dinner and avoid cheese (it is a trigger food for me, even in small portions).
I'm growing tired of my 'usual' foods and that is a slippery slope....that could land me at a drive-threw window!
Here is a general idea of what I've been having: Lots of varieties of fruits and raw veggies (and these I'm don't tire of, as I mix it up pretty well) Hummus and veggies on sandwich thins Clif Bars Greek Yogurt Nuts
Anything you can think to spice things up? I would greatly appreciate your thoughts!
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