This morning Bloomberg aired an adorable segment on what Wall Street traders eat reported by Stephanie Ruhle.
As we here at Business Insider watched, we could only think one thing — if segment is true, you’re all getting gout.
Ruhle took viewers on a journey of high cholesterol consumption that would make Paula Deen reach for a pair of running shoes and a protein shake.
According to Bloomberg, traders begin their day with a breakfast of bacon, eggs, and cheese on a slice of pizza. That’s followed by a cheeseburger in Tribeca (which Ruhle called a hipster neighbourhood — we’ll agree to disagree on that one) for lunch.
Dinner is at Smith and Wollensky’s, one of Wall Street’s favourite steakhouses (we’ve asked). That generally consists of a rib eye or maybe a lamb chop. Sides include the traditional creamed spinach and potatoes, or maybe some lobster. Also, red wine.
Like we said, gout.
Watch the whole segment below (via Bloomberg):
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