(WTNH) – – A commonly asked question is: “What can I eat for lunch?” and Author/Speaker/Weight Loss Coach Margaret Marshall says “I think some of the best lunches are made from leftovers.” Margaret is in the Bender Kitchen to show three different leftover lunch meals made from 1 dinner meal and everyday kitchen items.
Fun in healthy eating:
- You will discover the large array of food that is enjoyable and healthy.
- You will be in control of your food, and not have food in control of you.
- Your desire for unhealthy food will diminish.
- It will become more natural to you to choose healthier food options.
- What and how others eat will no longer affect you and your food choices.
Stuffed baked potato:
1 baked potato –honey mustard dressing – 1 slice American cheese – Broccoli
Lettuce – Turkey- seeds-roasted vegetables-crumbles crackers (your favorite brand)
½ Sandwich with Roasted Vegtables:
1 slice flavorful bread, turkey slices, red pepper spread, and roasted vegetables.
Margaret Marshall is The Healthy Living Expert. She enjoys almost three decades in the wellness/weight loss industry. She had a seventeen- year run as a speaker and trainer for Weight Watchers, and the last twelve years as a national speaker, wellness coach, and media personality. She presents wellness programs at corporate functions, higher learning institutions, women’s organizations, and medical facilities.
Her first book Body, Mind, & Mouth was followed by her e-book, Five-Finger Food Guide is followed with her latest book, Healthy Living Means Living Health. This book will help you to improve your relationships, environment, and level of success because at its core, it’s about how you design your life.
Margaret Marshall is a front-page featured blogger for the Huffington Post. Her articles have been shared on www.Forbes.com , and in women’s magazines, news outlets, and government publications.
Margaret is a life-long resident of Long Island and has been seen on News12 Long Island addressing workplace wellness issues. She is currently a wellness coordinator for Push Pause on Fios 1 TV and has been on NBC, CBS, and ABC.
Fore more on Margaret, head to www.MargaretMarshallAssociates.com