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Healthier Lunches on the Move

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Posted on
6 Apr, 2017

In a perfect world, we’d be spending our Sunday’s prepping a weeks’ worth of meals and topping up with fresh options during the week. But given the nature of modem day lifestyles where we’re always on the go, it can be a struggle to have homemade healthy food every day, let alone a fridge to store it all in. Without those homemade meals, it’s very easy to make poor nutritional choices. To help you make slightly better ones we’ve compiled a list of healthier options you can find on the high-street. They might not be to everyone’s taste, but they do at least offer variety, flavour and meals more aligned to your goals of healthier, happier and fitter living.

Leon

Leon have a range of options and a menu that is regularly updated. Nutritionally, the food is up there with your own meal prep exploits. If you want good hearty lunches from a company that cares about its food and where it comes from, then Leon is the place for you. Leon only source meat from farms that they trust and most of their menu is low GI, dairy-free, wheat-free and gluten-free.

https://leon.co/vision/nutrition/

POD

A little trickier to find, but well worth the effort in hunting them down. They have a range of salads, wraps and hot meals that are made fresh on the day. You won’t see a microwave and they use responsibly sourced and seasonal ingredients. The Smoky Three Bean Chilli is a particular favourite.

https://www.pod.co.uk/storemenu/hotlunch

Related Material: The diet you’ve never heard of is the best of 2017

Planet Organic

With a promise of Eat Well. Live Better. you know you’re going to get something clean and healthy from Planet Organic. There aren’t many stores, but they’re worth finding. The food is organic, natural, sustainable and the ingredients are seasonal. There’s a wide range of salads and hot foods to enjoy. Our current favourite is the Thai Green Vegetable Curry and Mexican Quinoa salad.

https://www.planetorganic.com/our-food-to-go/

Whole Food

Much like Planet Organic, Whole Food offers a range of fresh, organic options. Dependent on the size of the store, you can expect to find a deli, salad bar, sandwich bar, sushi and/or seafood bar. There are hot and cold options available and you can mix and match your food stuffs to create your own ultimate healthy lunch.

https://www.wholefoodsmarket.co.uk/

TOSSED

If the idea of a pre-boxed salad doesn’t appeal, you can always head over to Tossed where you can mix and match salad items to create your own perfect salad of the day. This idea lends itself to variety, which is important when it comes to eating. Simply select your size of salad, your base – which can consist of leaves or spiralized vegetables or pasta – then select ingredients from a wide range of options. Salad on the go just got a lot tastier.

https://tosseduk.com/

Itsu

Finally, sushi, because what lunch on the go list would be complete without it? Itsu offers a wide selection of sushi, hot noodle dishes, miso, salads and snacks. There are plenty of sites too, making it easy to find. The health and happiness box goes down well with us with a simple miso. Healthy, convenient and satisfying.

http://www.itsu.com/ Whilst not always ideal, it’s good to know that there are healthier choices when eating on the go. Forget the stodgy (and dodgy) sandwich from the supermarket and give yourself the health-enhancing food you deserve.

Find out how to become a personal trainer with our guide

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James Hammond
Digital Design
A: 2A Moonraker Point, Pocock Street, London, SE1 0FN
T: +44 (0) 207 2929 140 | F: +44 (0) 207 2619 817
E: [email protected] | W: train.fitness

Train Fitness International Limited trading as TRAINFITNESS is registered in England and Wales under company number 04078230 | Registered Office: White Hart House, High Street, Limpsfield, Surrey, RH8 0DT | VAT Number: 798696040 | Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 628699.
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From: Matt Bowen <[email protected]>
Sent: 08 July 2019 10:23
To: James Hammond <[email protected]>
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Matt Bowen
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A: 2A Moonraker Point, Pocock Street, London, SE1 0FN
T: +44 (0) 207 2929 140 | F: +44 (0) 207 2619 817
E: [email protected] | W: train.fitness

Train Fitness International Limited trading as TRAINFITNESS is registered in England and Wales under company number 04078230 | Registered Office: White Hart House, High Street, Limpsfield, Surrey, RH8 0DT | VAT Number: 798696040 | Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 628699.
This e-mail and any attachments are intended solely for the addressee. It is confidential, may contain personal information and may be subject to legal professional privilege. Unauthorised use is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful; if you are not the intended recipient you may not use or disclose the information in this email in any way. If you have received this by mistake, confidentiality and any legal privilege are not waived or lost and we ask that you contact the sender and delete and destroy this and any other copies. Please note the contents may be subject to copyright and therefore may not be reproduced, communicated or adapted without the express consent of the owner of the copyright. TRAINFITNESS will not be liable in connection with any data corruptions, interruption, delay, computer virus or unauthorised access or amendment to the contents of this e-mail. Please also note that the opinions and views expressed in this e-mail are the author’s own and may not reflect the views or opinions of TRAINFITNESS.
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From: James Hammond
Sent: 08 July 2019 10:18
To: Matt Bowen <[email protected]>
Subject: RE: Text

In a perfect world, we’d be spending our Sunday’s prepping a weeks’ worth of meals and topping up with fresh options during the week. But given the nature of modem day lifestyles where we’re always on the go, it can be a struggle to have homemade healthy food every day, let alone a fridge to store it all in. Without those homemade meals, it’s very easy to make poor nutritional choices. To help you make slightly better ones we’ve compiled a list of healthier options you can find on the high-street. They might not be to everyone’s taste, but they do at least offer variety, flavour and meals more aligned to your goals of healthier, happier and fitter living.

Leon

Leon have a range of options and a menu that is regularly updated. Nutritionally, the food is up there with your own meal prep exploits. If you want good hearty lunches from a company that cares about its food and where it comes from, then Leon is the place for you. Leon only source meat from farms that they trust and most of their menu is low GI, dairy-free, wheat-free and gluten-free.

https://leon.co/vision/nutrition/

POD

A little trickier to find, but well worth the effort in hunting them down. They have a range of salads, wraps and hot meals that are made fresh on the day. You won’t see a microwave and they use responsibly sourced and seasonal ingredients. The Smoky Three Bean Chilli is a particular favourite.

https://www.pod.co.uk/storemenu/hotlunch

Related Material: The diet you’ve never heard of is the best of 2017

CRUSSH

CRUSH know what they’re doing, offering what it calls ‘Fit Food’. They’ve hot and cold options, each packed with healthy ingredients. They use British ingredients and source their foodstuffs from London markets, rather than buying from large scale distributors. The food is clearly labelled and lets customers know if it’s suitable or not for certain intolerances or allergies. We particularly like the Super Grain Beef Chilli Hot Pot with Spelt.

http://crussh.com/menu

Planet Organic

With a promise of Eat Well. Live Better. you know you’re going to get something clean and healthy from Planet Organic. There aren’t many stores, but they’re worth finding. The food is organic, natural, sustainable and the ingredients are seasonal. There’s a wide range of salads and hot foods to enjoy. Our current favourite is the Thai Green Vegetable Curry and Mexican Quinoa salad.

https://www.planetorganic.com/our-food-to-go/

Whole Food

Much like Planet Organic, Whole Food offers a range of fresh, organic options. Dependent on the size of the store, you can expect to find a deli, salad bar, sandwich bar, sushi and/or seafood bar. There are hot and cold options available and you can mix and match your food stuffs to create your own ultimate healthy lunch.

https://www.wholefoodsmarket.co.uk/

TOSSED

If the idea of a pre-boxed salad doesn’t appeal, you can always head over to Tossed where you can mix and match salad items to create your own perfect salad of the day. This idea lends itself to variety, which is important when it comes to eating. Simply select your size of salad, your base – which can consist of leaves or spiralized vegetables or pasta – then select ingredients from a wide range of options. Salad on the go just got a lot tastier.

https://tosseduk.com/

Itsu

Finally, sushi, because what lunch on the go list would be complete without it? Itsu offers a wide selection of sushi, hot noodle dishes, miso, salads and snacks. There are plenty of sites too, making it easy to find. The health and happiness box goes down well with us with a simple miso. Healthy, convenient and satisfying.

http://www.itsu.com/ Whilst not always ideal, it’s good to know that there are healthier choices when eating on the go. Forget the stodgy (and dodgy) sandwich from the supermarket and give yourself the health-enhancing food you deserve.

Find out how to become a personal trainer with our guide

Read our Blogger testimonials

Watch our webinar about becoming a great T3 coach

James Hammond
Digital Design
A: 2A Moonraker Point, Pocock Street, London, SE1 0FN
T: +44 (0) 207 2929 140 | F: +44 (0) 207 2619 817
E: [email protected] | W: train.fitness

Train Fitness International Limited trading as TRAINFITNESS is registered in England and Wales under company number 04078230 | Registered Office: White Hart House, High Street, Limpsfield, Surrey, RH8 0DT | VAT Number: 798696040 | Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 628699.
This e-mail and any attachments are intended solely for the addressee. It is confidential, may contain personal information and may be subject to legal professional privilege. Unauthorised use is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful; if you are not the intended recipient you may not use or disclose the information in this email in any way. If you have received this by mistake, confidentiality and any legal privilege are not waived or lost and we ask that you contact the sender and delete and destroy this and any other copies. Please note the contents may be subject to copyright and therefore may not be reproduced, communicated or adapted without the express consent of the owner of the copyright. TRAINFITNESS will not be liable in connection with any data corruptions, interruption, delay, computer virus or unauthorised access or amendment to the contents of this e-mail. Please also note that the opinions and views expressed in this e-mail are the author’s own and may not reflect the views or opinions of TRAINFITNESS.
________________________________________

From: Matt Bowen <[email protected]>
Sent: 08 July 2019 10:09
To: James Hammond <[email protected]>
Subject: Text

In a perfect world, we’d be spending our Sunday’s prepping a weeks’ worth of meals and topping up with fresh options during the week. But given the nature of modem day lifestyles where we’re always on the go, it can be a struggle to have homemade healthy food every day, let alone a fridge to store it all in.

Without those homemade meals, it’s very easy to make poor nutritional choices. To help you make slightly better ones we’ve compiled a list of healthier options you can find on the high-street. They might not be to everyone’s taste, but they do at least offer variety, flavour and meals more aligned to your goals of healthier, happier and fitter living.

Leon

Leon have a range of options and a menu that is regularly updated. Nutritionally, the food is up there with your own meal prep exploits. If you want good hearty lunches from a company that cares about its food and where it comes from, then Leon is the place for you. Leon only source meat from farms that they trust and most of their menu is low GI, dairy-free, wheat-free and gluten-free.

https://leon.co/vision/nutrition/

POD

A little trickier to find, but well worth the effort in hunting them down. They have a range of salads, wraps and hot meals that are made fresh on the day. You won’t see a microwave and they use responsibly sourced and seasonal ingredients. The Smoky Three Bean Chilli is a particular favourite.

https://www.pod.co.uk/storemenu/hotlunch

Related Material: The diet you’ve never heard of is the best of 2017

CRUSSH

CRUSH know what they’re doing, offering what it calls ‘Fit Food’. They’ve hot and cold options, each packed with healthy ingredients. They use British ingredients and source their foodstuffs from London markets, rather than buying from large scale distributors. The food is clearly labelled and lets customers know if it’s suitable or not for certain intolerances or allergies. We particularly like the Super Grain Beef Chilli Hot Pot with Spelt.

 

www.crussh.com/menu

 

Planet Organic

With a promise of Eat Well. Live Better. you know you’re going to get something clean and healthy from Planet Organic. There aren’t many stores, but they’re worth finding. The food is organic, natural, sustainable and the ingredients are seasonal. There’s a wide range of salads and hot foods to enjoy. Our current favourite is the Thai Green Vegetable Curry and Mexican Quinoa salad.

https://www.planetorganic.com/our-food-to-go/

Whole Food

Much like Planet Organic, Whole Food offers a range of fresh, organic options. Dependent on the size of the store, you can expect to find a deli, salad bar, sandwich bar, sushi and/or seafood bar. There are hot and cold options available and you can mix and match your food stuffs to create your own ultimate healthy lunch.

https://www.wholefoodsmarket.co.uk/

TOSSED

If the idea of a pre-boxed salad doesn’t appeal, you can always head over to Tossed where you can mix and match salad items to create your own perfect salad of the day. This idea lends itself to variety, which is important when it comes to eating. Simply select your size of salad, your base – which can consist of leaves or spiralized vegetables or pasta – then select ingredients from a wide range of options. Salad on the go just got a lot tastier.

https://tosseduk.com/

Itsu

Finally, sushi, because what lunch on the go list would be complete without it? Itsu offers a wide selection of sushi, hot noodle dishes, miso, salads and snacks. There are plenty of sites too, making it easy to find. The health and happiness box goes down well with us with a simple miso. Healthy, convenient and satisfying.

http://www.itsu.com/

Whilst not always ideal, it’s good to know that there are healthier choices when eating on the go. Forget the stodgy (and dodgy) sandwich from the supermarket and give yourself the health-enhancing food you deserve.

Find out how to become a personal trainer with our guide

Read our Blogger testimonials

Watch our webinar about becoming a great T3 coach

Matt Bowen
Marketing

A: 2A Moonraker Point, Pocock Street, London, SE1 0FN
T: +44 (0) 207 2929 140 | F: +44 (0) 207 2619 817
E: [email protected] | W: train.fitness

Train Fitness International Limited trading as TRAINFITNESS is registered in England and Wales under company number 04078230 | Registered Office: White Hart House, High Street, Limpsfield, Surrey, RH8 0DT | VAT Number: 798696040 | Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 628699.
This e-mail and any attachments are intended solely for the addressee. It is confidential, may contain personal information and may be subject to legal professional privilege. Unauthorised use is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful; if you are not the intended recipient you may not use or disclose the information in this email in any way. If you have received this by mistake, confidentiality and any legal privilege are not waived or lost and we ask that you contact the sender and delete and destroy this and any other copies. Please note the contents may be subject to copyright and therefore may not be reproduced, communicated or adapted without the express consent of the owner of the copyright. TRAINFITNESS will not be liable in connection with any data corruptions, interruption, delay, computer virus or unauthorised access or amendment to the contents of this e-mail. Please also note that the opinions and views expressed in this e-mail are the author’s own and may not reflect the views or opinions of TRAINFITNESS.
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