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Anyone know what is a healthy lunch for a teenage during summer?

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Dr. Danny Proffitt
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Light

A balanced meal with complex carbohydrates, not high in fat and with some protein would be ideal.
Include some fruit if possible. Avoid lots of simple sugars and excessively spicy food. This could upset the stomach if exercising or doing sports.

In brief: Light

A balanced meal with complex carbohydrates, not high in fat and with some protein would be ideal.
Include some fruit if possible. Avoid lots of simple sugars and excessively spicy food. This could upset the stomach if exercising or doing sports.
Dr. Danny Proffitt
Dr. Danny Proffitt
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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Good question

I will not suggest a menu today, but common sense dictates - no overeating (if you feel the first sign of stomach fullness, you must stop).
Also, there is a number of "unhealthy foods" that i recommend to avoid - coke products, high calorie foods - pizza/french frieds, chips, dressings, certain meats - pork, bacon, friend foods. I'm not saying here not to eat those at all, but to limit those.

In brief: Good question

I will not suggest a menu today, but common sense dictates - no overeating (if you feel the first sign of stomach fullness, you must stop).
Also, there is a number of "unhealthy foods" that i recommend to avoid - coke products, high calorie foods - pizza/french frieds, chips, dressings, certain meats - pork, bacon, friend foods. I'm not saying here not to eat those at all, but to limit those.
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
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