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    Question help! lunch idea?

    I have some roman noodles, (chicken and beef) and no idea what to do with it... I want to do something healthy with it.. but Idk what.. =/ ideas?
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    I have my lunch regularly most of the time i eat fish..because it is good for the diet..
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    Low soduim turkey on sprouted bread with spinach and tomato, pickle and mustard. Side of fresh veg(i.e. red peppers, carrots) and low carb yogurt. Water and green tea to drink

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    Ramen noodles and healthy? ramen noodles are full of carbs and sodium. But with that said. You can brown up low fat hamburger, chicken or tofu. I generally add seasonings like garlic pepper and a little Cajun spice. Boil your water and add the noodles and some frozen veggies. You can mix and match lol but peas, carrots and corn mixtures work best. Let them cook til noodles are cooked and veggies hot, then drain off water. Add your ramen seasoning and your meat and mix. Viola! Halfway healthy ramen noodles. What I were my kiddos when I'm too tired to cook lol.

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    Yah, it is pretty impossible to make these healthy. But you could add as many veggies as possible I guess? Frozen spinach?
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    I add frozen veggies and an egg to mine. A little bit of cheese. Not awesomely healthy but healthier than just the noodles alone. This is decidedly unhealthy but I also put beef jerky in mine when I'm boiling the noodles...

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    I am a teacher and do not have a lot of time for lunch but I do keep a bag of healthy snacky food in my drawer. You can make your own. Ramen noodles are a bad choice for a PCOS lunch.

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    maybe add tomatoes,mushrooms olives with noodles?

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    just add lots of veg and not so much noodles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer Marshall View Post
    I have some roman noodles, (chicken and beef) and no idea what to do with it... I want to do something healthy with it.. but Idk what.. =/ ideas?
    Without sounding rude, I'd say chuck 'em! But you have received some good advice on what to add. In the future, I'd avoid processed carbs and make a salad w/protein for lunch. It doesn't have to be an animal protein, you can add beans/legumes like lentils or chick peas. You can make your own salad dressing on the side with fresh lemon or apple cider vinegar and some extra virgin olive oil.
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