Buy bread that has fiber in it - at least 2 grams per slice. It's not hard to find, but you have to read the nutrition info on the bread label. Then, load the sandwich with veggies: peppers, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles. Use a splash of vinegar, mustard or a little light mayo for moisture. I boil my own chicken breasts and store in the frig, then slice when ready to use. No salt or preservatives! Weigh the meat on a scale first. Fresh chicken is delicious! Eat up!
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I love a nice piece of multigrain bread, but slices seem to come in pairs by defualt - especially when you're making a sandwich - and the calories can add up quickly. Instead of making a full sandwich for lunch, I'll make a half sandwich paired with a good handful or raw veggies. or, as a personal favourite, an open face melt sandwich.
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