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This meal has it all—whole grains, heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and omega-3 fats, a serving of veggies, fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals—so it will stabilize blood sugar levels for energy and leave you satisfied until your next meal, says Shannon Weston, a registered dietitian for the University of Texas at Houston Health Science Center.
Halve and lightly toast a whole-wheat pita. Meanwhile mix together 1 pouch (about 2 ounces) tuna, 2 tablespoons spicy mustard, 1/4 cup each shredded carrots and chopped celery, and a dash each turmeric, cumin, and black pepper. Split tuna mixture between pita halves and top with sliced avocado.
Leave it to the health food pros to prove that no time to cook is a lame excuse for eating junk
Yes, you do have time to cook a healthy, satisfying meal any time of day.