You may usually be pretty good about making healthy food choices, but you could be ruining your diet by skipping meals or grabbing unhealthy snacks while at work.
Experts say it's best to pre-plan your snacks for the entire work week.
Keep a staple on hand for days when you don't have time to get lunch.
A can of tuna is something you can have on hand in case you get stuck at your desk for the day unexpectedly.
Some healthy snack choices you can portion out in advance are celery with peanut butter, fruit, high fiber cereal bars, or even a cup of a healthy dry cereal.
If you do get hungry after lunch, a glass of water will also help.
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