Do you find yourself frequently skipping lunch, running through the drive-thru, or grabbing the bag of chips and stale doughnut in the break room?
It's ok! Don't feel guilty.
With just a littttle thought and getting different items in the kitchen, lunch time can be more nutritious and relaxed. Check out these options for lunch that are budget-friendly, taste good, and take very little (<5 minutes) or no preparation time.
We all have our own busy schedules (some folks carry an unimaginable load each day!) and life gets hectic, buuuut trying to provide yourself (& loved ones) with nutrition should be on the same priority list as brushing your teeth. Good nutrition can help you do whatever you need to do!
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*Want to help yourself & someone else?
Donate shelf-stable items to the local food bank.(Huntington: 1327 7th Ave, Huntington, WV 25701)
Examples: Almond butter and Sunbutter (peanut allergies*), jelly, bread, shelf-stable milk and milk substitutes (soy, almond, coconut), canned or pouched tuna, canned chicken, beans, canned fruit and vegetables, lower sugar cereals, canned soups, whole grain crackers...