Food

Experiments this week prove once again that the Mediterraneans are right: you should eat dinner for lunch and hardly eat dinner. This is the plan that gives you the most energy throughout the day and also makes the day the longest and the least stressful.

I wish it were more feasible to do this in the United States. Please note also that lunch is not just what you eat but a real pause. Even the English language phrase “a quick bite” makes me nauseous.

Axé.


3 thoughts on “Food

  1. I agree completely on the “quick bite” tradition! I keep refusing to eat lunch while walking or standing. I also refuse to get a sad sandwich and eat it during a faculty meeting. It’s both disrespectful towards the colleagues and bad for one’s health.

    People tend to have strange eating habits in this country. Maybe I should blog about this, too.

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