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    Buzzy Says Heres a Healthy Lunch For EVERY Day of the Month

    You know the routine. The week starts out and you have the best of intentionsto make healthy lunches you can take to work instead of ordering out.

    Then 8:01 AM on Mondayrolls around and you’re flying out the door, grabbing one of the healthy breakfasts we showed you last time, but completely forgetting that you didn’t packa luncheven a salad. Ugh. Can I get a No. 3 and a side of regret?

    Well, despair no more! Here are 30 healthy yet simple lunches you can make in advance that will make all your coworkers jealous (and glad you’re not burning popcorn in the microwave out of desperation).

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    Spicy and bold chicken, sweet and juicy grilled pineapple, refreshing crisp local lettuce, local tomatoes, and avocado.

    Winner, winner, chicken…well, lunch.

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    You wont even miss the mayo when you combine the chicken, egg, and nuts with avocado.

    Put it on a sandwich or spoon directly into your mouth. No judgement.

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    If youre more a taco salad person than a Cobb, get trendy and bring this kale beast with beans, cheese, and millions of veggies thats actually healthy into your life.

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    Make this simple tofu quiche with just 10 basic ingredients(including a hash brown crust)and no fancy methods required ahead of time and bring the leftovers for lunches throughout the week.

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    A mason jar Greek-inspired salad of chickpeas, farro, greens, olives, and feta that can be customized to your own tastes, but includes everything that you need.

    See? Dining al desko doesn’t have to be sad!It can be healthy and delicious.

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