Originally Answered: What is a healthy and nutritious low-fat lunch meal?
Wholemeal pasta topped with a veggie sauce which you can re-heat at work or have cold.
Cold brown rice / cous cous salad with chopped veg (you mustn't re-heat rice, it has a bacteria which if re-heated makes you quite ill).
Tinned tuna, chopped red pepper, sweetcorn, mix with little olive oil, black pepper and pop into a jacket potato.
Grilled chicken / pork, noodles, soy sauce, mushrooms, pak choi, beanshoots, water chesnuts.
Pitta bread filled with houmous and salad.
Whatever you do - don't eat anything 'low fat', 'low sugar' or 'fat free' - to get such foods to taste nice they are packed with chemicals and nasties. Fat free contains more sugar, sugar free contains more fat. Just have regular foods / dressings, but half the amount.
Don't eat processed reformed meats or poultry, eat proper 'real' lean meats, chicken and fish.