4 Secrets to Steal from Nutritionists to Pack a Better Lunch
Here are the tricks that will make you actually want to eat the meal you prepared.
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Include an Amuse-Bouche
Whetting your appetite may not seem necessary when you've had a crazy morning, but Moore has a good reason for this next tip. Separate from your main lunch, consider including a container of vegetables and—this part is key—pack it on top of the rest of your lunch when you place everything in your bag. Eating cut-up raw veggies prior to anything else is one of Moore's best strategies for keeping calories in check; if she sees them before the other items she's packed when she opens her lunch bag, she'll eat them first...and wind up eating fewer calories in the end.