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Fitness Minutes: (370) Posts: 2 9/12/12 10:12 P
Thanks guys I'll keep that in mind. I think it might be a little hard at first packing enough food for lunch dinner and snacks, alot bc i work outside all day, but hopefully I'll get the hang of it
Fitness Minutes: (60) Posts: 1 9/11/12 5:12 P
Hi! I also and a 21year old college student who works 33hrs and week and a recent parent of a 8month old. I found that a good quick lunch is a sandwhich with turkey bologna and wheat bread. Also a good appetite surpressant is almonds if you need a quick snack. Hope that helps and good luck!
Fitness Minutes: (33,677) Posts: 5,088 9/11/12 9:21 A
How about packing a balanced meal of non-perishables to take with you (examples - PB&J on whole wheat bread, Clif Bars, lots of freggies, Kashi cereal, etc.) so that you don't have to stop at the drive thru. Much cheaper, good for you and satiating!
Fitness Minutes: (370) Posts: 2 9/10/12 7:51 P
Hi guys, I'm new to the site, but I'm having trouble with dinners. I work all day and then go straight to school, which usually leaves just enough time for fast food. Are there any suggestions you might have or healthy ideas at local restaurants I could try? It's hard to get out of the "quick burger after work" rut. Lookin forward to this program knowing there are other college students out there. Thanks! Brit
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