3. Pack Your Lunch
Instead of eating out or getting food from a workplace cafeteria where you can’t control portions or nutrition, pack your own lunch.
There are plenty of healthy lunches to bring to work and if you make a big dinner, you can just pack up some leftovers and be done with it. You’ll also save money!
4. Store Snacks at Work
If you have a locker, a desk, or a communal break room where you can store snacks, leave some healthy options at work for times when you just absolutely need something to nibble on. Instead of paying a visit to the vending machine for a bag of chips or a chocolate bar, you can raid your stash of nuts, dried fruit, or any other shelf-stable options you’ve brought in advance.
5. Bring Healthy Options to Share
Workplace breaks and conference rooms aren’t typically home to the healthiest of snacks brought in by well-meaning colleagues. Half of someone’s leftover birthday cake or a pastry the size of your head isn’t exactly a healthy choice.