Travel Health (cont.)
In this Article
- Advance Planning Will Improve Travel Health
- Pack Your Snacks - Traveling Lean
- Travel and Fitness - Look for Ways to Exercise
- Airport Advice for Healthy Eating
- Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
- Finding Help Along the Way
Fortunately, it's getting easier to eat well on the road, as the restaurant and travel industries respond to consumer concerns.
More and more restaurants, including fast-food chains, are offering healthy choices. Many have web sites you can check before you leave to see where you're likely to find diet-friendly options.
There's even a book -- Healthy Highways: The Travelers' Guide to Healthy Eating -- that can help you make healthy choices no matter where you go. The book, written by David and Nikki Goldbeck, features more than 1,900 health-oriented eateries and natural-food stores in all 50 states, complete with directions from the nearest highway or main road.
So before you hit the road, have a plan, pack some snacks, and don't forget: You can "travel light" -- and still enjoy the journey.
Published February 2006.
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