Registered dietician, Evelyn Tribole, explains how to choose healthy, nutritious meals and snacks, even for people who are pressed for time. "Eating on the Run" is a survival guide for everyone who is too busy to cook and eat traditional meals. "Eating on the Run" gives readers the nutrition information they need to make healthy eating choices and beat the clock. The current edition includes information on: what to avoid, the worst convenience foods, fatty frozen meals, healthy sounding fat traps, fattiest fast foods; the best bets in fast foods, frozen dinners and breakfasts, deli sandwiches, children's meals and ethnic food; 40 meals that take one minute or less to prepare; coping with power meals and happy hour worries; snacks for the briefcase, desk drawer and workplace fridge; snacks worth grazing on; nutritional data for more than 400 fast food items and 120 brand-name frozen "light" meals; and a whole week of menus that involve no cooking, complete with grocery list. Evelyn Tribole stresses that the most important thing is to make progress with a nutrition programme. No one has to scrutinise every bite they eat; just keep overall eating habits on a healthy track. She emphasizes that healthy snacking, or "grazing", is an essential part of a good nutrition plan. Her practical style lets readers adopt healthy eating habits that fit their lifestyles. "Eating on the Run" should help anyone develop healthy, practical eating habits that fit their hectic lifestyles.