Meet an Expert
Meet a dietician who can guide you in this regard. Make sure that you understand the importance of lunch and what will be beneficial for you and what will not be healthy in nature if consumed as a part of lunch.
Consider your situation and define what is healthy. Try to incorporate a little bit of everything in your lunch as our body will require them in some quantity every day. Avoid too much fat and also stay low on carbohydrates and sugar. Try to have more protein but not all protein as it has been proven to be unhealthy if it is the only nutrient that is being consumed. Make sure that there is a good amount of fibre in your diet as well. It has many health benefits and keeps constipation away. Make use of the information the dietician gave you.
Fresh Lunch Every Day
Make sure that you make a fresh lunch every day. Do not pack your week’s worth of lunches in one go and take some time out every day to make the lunch. This will give you a healthy meal at the office. It will also be good for your health in general and it is worth the extra effort.
Watch the Calories
Make sure that the lunch has a decent number of calories that fulfils your requirement. Many people may go for a couple hundred calories and that is certainly not healthy. Since it is a very important meal considering you will be working hard at the office, have a one that has over 500 calories so that you feel reasonably full and provides you with sufficient energy. Do not make it too heavy though as it will make it difficult for you to work and that is certainly not a good idea.