i have a schedule similar to yours. What I did was I bought an insulated lunch box and a frozen ice pack to keep everything cool. I pack cut up fruits (apples, oranges, grapes, bananas, anything on sale!) sliced veggies and dressing/hummus..yogurt (the ice pack will keep it cool so you dont have to worry about spoilage)sandwiches/wraps, salads with the dressing in a separate container so they dont get soggy! pretty much anything...if you have access to a microwave then soup/leftovers are great!
a handful of almonds is a great snack. Yes they do have fats, but they are EFA's essential fatty acids. You TOTALY need to get the Eating Clean book by Tosca Reno. Whole grain Brown rice is another really good and easy thing to take with you. Cook up a couple of cups at the start of the week, stick it in the fridge, and portion some out to take with you. It is a slow digesting carb. which will help you from feeling hungry. grilled chicnken breasts are always easy.
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Okay I go to school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 to 3 and I don't have a break, I usually try to eat in the few minutes between classes. I need some ideas for lunch and snacks that are easy to carry around all day and easy to eat quick.
Also is natural peanut butter a protein or a fat?
What about almonds?
I don't understand how hummus is a protein if it only has two grams of protein per serving?
And Im guessing power bars or balance bars are out of the question because they are processed, right? (I love those things *sigh*!)
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