EASY SWAPS FOR LUNCH

Swap jam and nutella sandwich fillings with vegemite.

Use protein for sandwich fillings like ham, chicken, cheese, tuna or peanut butter to keep you feeling fuller for longer.

Pack hard boiled eggs for a filling side dish or add it to a salad.

Try cheese sticks, carrot sticks and nuts as quick and easy sides.

Fill a small bottle with water and freeze to serve the dual purpose of keeping the lunch cool and providing the ideal drink.

Try sliced cheese and apple sandwiches for a healthy option with some natural sweetness.

Swap store bought salad dressings with olive oil and a squeeze of lemon.

Swap a juice box with a piece of fruit and water.

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