Foods to Never Eat for Lunch

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1. Heavily Spiced Leftover

While leftovers are convenient, they might cause stomach distress if they are too spicy.

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Due to their high fat and oil content, spices like chili powder, curry, and cayenne can trigger indigestion, so eat spicy leftovers in moderation or skip them completely for lunch.

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2. Meal Replacement

Avoid low-carb or calorie meal replacement shakes or bars, despite the fact that they may seem like a good idea. 

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Your hunger pangs won't be satisfied for long, and you may find yourself resorting to unhealthy binges throughout the day.

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3. Deep Fried Food

Due to its high-calorie count, harmful fat content, and usage of unhealthy oils, deep-fried food is not a good choice for lunch. 

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Inflammation, fluid retention, and abdominal distention are possible outcomes. 

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Frying also creates carcinogenic chemicals like acrylamide. For a more nutritious and invigorating lunch, choose for grilled, baked, or steamed preparations.

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4. Fruits as a Full Meal

The high fiber and low carbohydrate content of fruits can leave you feeling hungry after eating them for lunch. 

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Fruits are a vital part of a healthy diet, but they aren't enough on their own to keep you going all day.

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To maximize their appetite-suppressing effects, try eating them with some protein or healthy fats, like almonds, seeds, or yogurt.

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5. Salty Snacks

The high salt content in snack items like chips and crackers has been linked to afternoon weariness and dehydration.

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If you're looking for a snack to keep you going all day, choose something healthy, like air-popped popcorn, fruits with nut butter, or vegetables with hummus. 

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