What is a fast yet healthy sandwich?
HI, for a great healthy and simple sandwich i suggest you.
4 Healthy Way slide bread (http://www.multimarques.ca/bo...)
2 slide of mozzarella (cheese)
X your favorite meat (chicken)
For 2 sandwich you have more :
40 g of proteins
22 g of fibres
and alot vitamins with omega
Search this bread or another bread like that, don't look the package when you buy a bread (or another product). The package tell you what the company want tell you. The label is the best way to understand what u eat.
A lot company write in big "FIBRES" but sometimes when u read the label you see that another product can content much more fibres.
Or in the bread, the natural bread who are very expensive are not the better, it's not because you pay a bread 5$ that he is better that another commercial bread at 3$. Don't use write bread (or a bread with vitamins, fibres added). And look the portion on the nutrition facts label. You can take 2 bread and 1 are for 1 slice of 45 g and the other for 65g or 2 slices...
Just eat bread with lots of fiber and stuff and put peanut butter on top of it. Or banana, that's nice too. Or a boiled egg. And of course you can always add lettuce, tomato, cucumber and stuff like that.
Can't go wrong with the old fashioned favorite PB&J. Make sure your peanut butter and jelly are 100% Natural. Also lettuce wraps. Just take leaves of lettuce and make a sandwich. Stick turkey breast slices, chicken breast slices, cheese. Use avocado instead of mayo or use a low fat mayo. My dad used to do jelly and cheese. Interesting combination.
I've been eating veggie tacos for lunch every day. I get low carb tortillas and put in baby spinach, tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, and white onion. Then the only thing that makes this sort of mexican is sliced jalapenos. I finish it off with a squirt of olive oil, it's really quite tasty and the whole thing is probably 100 calories. Almost all of it is the tortilla.
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