The answer is yes, with a little thought and planning. Here are some healthy options that require little or no cooking from each food group.
Fruits and vegetables:
— Kelly Cantrell, dietetic intern, and Debra A. Boutin, MS, RD, chair and dietetic internship director, Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science at Bastyr University
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