5. Have Some Tacos or a Burrito
Mexican food is my favorite so it’s nice to know that I don’t have to give it up if I want to eat healthy at lunchtime.
The trick is to stick to moderate portion sizes and choose the right fillings for your tacos or burritos.
Black or pinto beans, topped with shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, avocado and low-fat cheddar is perfect.
Go for whole wheat tortillas if you can and limit the cheesy sauces and sour cream, which are too high in calories to be healthy.