Healthy eating for flyers
With so much to think about when travelling, what you'll be eating along the way is likely to be the last thing on your mind. However, a reliance on airport food will often mean an overdose of bad fats, processed foods and sugar that may leave you feeling sluggish, fatigued and uncomfortable. For frequent flyers a little bit of effort and willpower can make a difference to your overall health, leaving you feeling healthier, happier and more alert
Following a survey where we found many frequent flyers rated poorly the healthy food choices at their usual UK airport of travel, in which 2 out of 3 travellers through Luton airport rated the food as unhealthy, we worked with nutritionist Sarah West to create a healthy guide to airport food.
Download this guide and print it out to take with you to help you stay on track when you make food choices at the airport. It includes tips and meal recommendations for airport chains for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, as well as what foods to avoid when travelling.
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Date published 01/04/2013
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