What Should You Take To Work For Lunch? #LLTV

What Should I Take To Work For Lunch

Here’s My Simple Answer To This Often Asked Question

I’ve been asked…”Brad, what should I take to work for lunch?” so often, I thought it’d be best to devote a full Freestyle Friday episode to it.

It’s time to change the conventional thinking towards meals.

For example, it’s time to stop thinking…

eggs are only for breakfast

sandwiches are for lunch

salmon, chicken, steak, etc are only for dinner

Here’s what I want you to focus on…

EAT REAL WHOLE FOODS. I don’t care what time of day it is or what whole foods you’re eating. Eat eggs for dinner if you want, be crazy and eat steak for breakfast, but please, please, please STOP EATING SANDWICHES for lunch (or any time).

Bread is dead. It does nothing but throw your insulin levels out of whack, increases food cravings, and expands your waist line.

So what’s my simple answer to the often asked, “What Should I Take To Work For Lunch?”

Click the video below to watch for my simple answer

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Questions For You:

– What do you normally take to work for lunch?

– Do you still eat bread?

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