Eating healthy in airports


Travel used to be an absolute nightmare, but I persisted. I recently shared a list of my top healthy eating airport destinations in a post for the wonderful Beauty & Wellbeing.

“It might seem like an impossible task, but the proliferation of healthy restaurants over the last few years finally appears to be spilling over into the mainstream. The fallout of which is that we’re starting to be able to score something resembling real health food in airports. In a world where some airlines (Emirates for example) are now offering not just vegan meals, but also the holy grail of health food snobbishness, raw vegan fare, to weary passengers wary of facing yet another sodium and preservative laden mess of congealed meat-like substance flanked by scrawny, brown green beans. I don’t know about you – but in the pre-liquid ban days I very much enjoyed using my long-haul flights as a kind of detox in the sky. Just me, a laptop and a canteen of green machine, and a very annoyed aisle seat resident not enjoying my frequent dashes to the loo. I mean hey, why get all snarky with me just because you forgot to choose your seat at early check in? I digress…on to the list… Even JFK has jumped on the healthy foodie bandwagon, offering a smattering of healthy snacks to keep you going.”

You can read the full article here at Beauty and Wellbeing

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