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Healthy Holiday Living: Lunch Tips For Travelers

Posted By Margaret G. Ritchie, Thursday, November 17, 2016
Updated: Monday, November 7, 2016

Are you traveling this holiday season for your job? We understand that nutritious eating on the go while getting from place A to place B can be a challenge. Here are tips for eating right at the airport and on the road:

1. Planning ahead saves you time and money. Having snacks on hand will help keep temptation at bay during delays and layovers. Slip some of these security-friendly snacks into your carry-on:

Nuts
Apples or grapes
Whole grain crackers
Granola bar
Peanut butter sandwich

2. Save money on drinks by bringing a reusable empty water bottle. Bottled water is more expensive in the airport. Fill up your water bottle at a drinking fountain (after you pass through security screening, if flying).


3. Many airport eateries—both fast food and sit down restaurants—offer healthier choices these days. If your travels are long, do a bit of research online to see what’s available at your layover airport. 

4. Keep these healthful tips in mind when ordering at a restaurant:

Order the smallest sandwich, without cheese and sauces.
Request all sauces and dressings on the side, and don’t use the entire portion.
Choose a smaller-size lunch portion, if available.
Split the main dish if the servings are large.
Split the main dish if the servings are large.
Avoid fried meats and sides.
Ask for a salad or vegetables instead of fries.

 These tips are provided by the American Diabetes Association. 

Tags:  Healthy eating  Healthy holidays  Holiday season  Traveling 

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