What should I do if I have no time for lunch?

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Keri Gans
Nutrition & Dietetics
Brown-bagging your lunch allows you to move your lunch prep to the time of day that is easiest for you. You can make your lunch the evening before you go to bed, the morning before work, or after work when you get home. When you bring your lunch, you don’t have to think about it, you just have to eat it. And if you are going to be stuck in a meeting, eat half of it before going in and the other half when you get out.
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