You are what you eat—but what about how you eat? Take the weekday American lunch. In a culture that glorifies busy-ness, the simple pleasure of sitting down for a meal, whether alone or with a friend or colleague, has taken a back seat. Eating at your desk is no longer an unpleasant phenomenon—for many professionals, it has become a habit. In fact, for many, taking time out for lunch indicates inefficiency and laziness. The lunch break has been redefined as an inconvenience.