Starbucks Blueberry Oatmeal Starbucks are on every corner now a days. Their blueberry oatmeal is a great way to eat healthy when on the road. It can also be had with your morning coffee as a quick breakfast option.
Panera Breakfast Power Sandwiches
Panera is known for using natural healthy ingredients. Their line of breakfast power sandwiches are great options for the morning. They are all around 400 calories give or take made with healthy ingredients to keep you fueled for the day.
Healthy Bars (Quest Bars / Kind Bars / Oatmega / RX Bars)
Bars are great for in between meals when you are on the go. Choose the healthier options that have 10 grams of sugar or less. Cliff & Lara bars seem healthy but have a lot of sugar per bar.
Greek or Whole Milk Yogurt with seeds (Chia Seeds, Flax Seeds, or Hemp Seeds)
Look for lower sugar higher fat yogurts. Stonyfield & Siggis are good options that are found at most grocery stores. Siggis is now carried at most Starbucks as well.
Walnuts / Almonds / Cashews / Macadamia Nuts
A variety of nuts are good options, go with raw when possible as it retains more of the healthy fats than the roasted versions. They can be stored in your desk at work or taken with you on the go.
Apple or Pear with Almond Butter or Peanut Butter
This is a great option for in between meals or even before bed at night if you are still hungry as it will not spike your blood sugar as much as other alternatives.
Hard Boiled Eggs
No matter how you have them, eggs are classic and very nutritious. Hard boiled eggs are good to put on while getting ready in the morning & taking with you on the go or eating as a quick breakfast.