This is the most important meal of the day but, is more often than not is replaced by a quick cup of coffee or banana when rushing for work. Take some time out but don’t give it a miss. Oats, idlis, besan cheela, omlette or boiled eggs with a slice of multigrain bread and glass of milk are a few options you could opt for. These are healthy options and will keep you full for a long time after.
If you feel hungry around noon, don’t fight it! Instead grab a bowl of fruit or a fistful of nuts or makhaana. A glass of fruit or vegetable juice also works!
A well-balanced meal with carbohydrates, proteins, fibre and fats will help you stay up during the day. A combination of rice, roti, sabzi and dal should work well enough. Add a salad or glass of chaas in case you’re too hungry.
This is the danger zone! We always rush to the canteen and grab a packet of chips or biscuits to binge on with a cup of tea. Don’t give in to those oily samosas or bhajias. Nuts, makhaana, fruit, sprouts salad, yogurt are healthier options.
Go for a light and healthy meal option. Grilled meat, stir fried veggies, soup or a salad will keep you full and healthy. A good trick is to carry an egg roll or paneer roll to help you sail through while travelling back home.