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“Having a healthy snack close by when hunger strikes will help you resist the temptation of donuts in the break room or other unhealthy snacks that lurk nearby,” says Kathryn Bloxsom, a Registered Dietitian and the author of “Have Fruit, Will Travel.” She also suggests preparing whole foods like fruits and veggies as soon as you get home from the grocery store so that they’re ready to go right away. “Wash, trim and cut veggies, then store them in clear containers at eye level,” she said. “When veggies are ready to go you are more likely to eat them. It is also easier to toss them in a salad, stir-fry, roast or other dish when they are cut up and ready to go.”