- A bowl of oatmeal or overnight oats with peanut butter, some fruit or berries.
- Whole wheat toast with cheese, some leftover chicken or roast beef or maybe half an avocado.

At lunch, try to avoid highly processed foods, simple carbs, and sugary treats. Instead, go for a filling, balanced meal. For instance:

- Salmon fillet, cooked with just a dash of olive oil.
- Large side fresh or frozen vegetables. If you go for frozen — roasting your veggies in the oven beats microwaving and is totally worth the effort.
- Half a cup of healthy grains, such as brown rice, quinoa, or spelt.

It's important to keep your dinner light if you can help it.

- Low-fat pulled chicken or turkey with a light sugar-free sauce. Home-made is the best!
- Large side salad with some seasonal vegetables and as much leafy greens as you can handle. Make sure your plate is at least 2/3 green.