Plan Healthy, Balanced Meals in Advance
"Create a menu for the week listing out what you will have for breakfast and lunch," Rebecca Thomas RD, LDN, told POPSUGAR. "Take time to look it over to make sure you are planning meals that are both satisfying and balanced."
Not sure what makes up a balanced meal? Jamie Nadeau, RDN, broke it down as roughly "at least 20 grams of protein, a serving of carbohydrates, some fat, and one to two servings of non-starchy vegetables." She explained that meals lacking in protein, fiber, or volume will leave you hungrier and searching for snacks in between meals.