The other day, I ate lunch at Gap Inc. headquarters in San Francisco. It happens to be on the top floor, and it's beautiful. I was surprised to see their cafeteria serve grass-fed beef and poultry as well as EVERYTHING being organic. I default to the Cobb Salad, because in most cafeterias it's the one dish that you'll find with that's gluten-free (minus the croutons), high in protein, no lectins, and actually fills you up!
If you're struggling with living a Zoleo lifestyle with a busy schedule or on the road, check out the fast food survival guide in our Nutritionize Power Packet Download for ideas and suggestions, and here are some more:
- Most Indian food places will serve "Chiken Tikka" breast, which is lean and tastes awesome. Then get the Palak Paneer (spinach w/cheese cubes) and another vegetable. The fat content will usually be very high, however if you have been Zoleo for some time, you will be burning fat as a primary energy source anyway.
If you're driving around a lot, here's a great snack you can eat with one hand that will hold you until your next meal.
- A few slices of deli meat (put it in a sandwich bag so your hand stays clean)
- 1 cup of seasonal berries (i.e. strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, etc.)
- Handful of almonds
- When in doubt, go for the Cobb Salad w/no croutons!
Do you have pics of a great zoleo meal in a cool place? Post to comments!