I apologize for the length of time since my last post...no excuse for being a slacker. So I am going to jump right in and get to my quick fit meal tips. My client's are always asking for on the go meal suggestions. First never skip a meal, food is our fuel. We need it to live, our bodies know this, so when it is finally fed it will store calories as fat. Not a good thing. I am not a fan of meal replacement bars, most are very high in sugar. There are a few like the Kind Bar also Kashi has a few that are low in sugar. Read your labels.
Ok breakfast plain greek yogurt you can add your own fruit or 3/4 tablespoon honey. Stay away from low or no fat. Also all natural peanut butter on whole wheat bread or English Muffin and a glass of 2% milk. It fills you up. Almond milk is ok but only 1/2 cup.
My next few suggestions can be for lunch or dinner. Remember this is not everyday, just when you are so rushed your are thinking about skipping your meal. Lean Cuisine came out with a new line of frozen meals called Honestly Good. They are low in SODIUM, saturated fat, calories but high in protein so they satisfy your hunger. Also they offer a nice selection of meals so you will have a variety to choose from. My last tip is Panera's Hidden Menu that was introduced to it's Twitter followers in January. Yep it's hidden, just ask and they have no problem taking your order. They offer 5 "Power" meals and for restaurant meals the SODIUM is not to bad.
If anyone has quick fit meal tips please share with us, I am always looking for ideas to pass on to my clients and for myself.
Thank you for reading and have a great breakfast, lunch and dinner. Be Well, Live Well!