There Aren’t Enough Healthy Lunch Options at Work
Or so the American Heart Association says
Whether at the office or around the corner, lunchtime meals are often a minefield for the 9-to-5 crowd. Which is not good, because bad nutrition choices during your lunch break tend to lead to bad nutrition choices during other times of the day.
That’s the take of the American Heart Association, which reported that more than half of Americans (56 percent) say they struggle to eat healthy meals while at work, while three quarters say they would likely eat healthier during other parts of the day if they had a healthy lunch.
The study of more than 900 working U.S. adults was conducted as a part of the Healthy for Life 20 By 20 initiative, which AHA is running with Aramark.
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