Eating healthy when traveling can really be a challenge. It is so easy to order off the menu and make a bad choice or tell yourself "what the heck.. I deserve a treat ". I have found that most restaurants will make omelettes with whites only and will substitute sliced tomatoes or fruit instead of hash browns or potatoes. Makes for a healthy filling meal on the road.
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We all know that when traveling it can be a bear eating healthy - or eating as healthy as you can.
We've been on vacation for the past 10 days & I've been surprised by the restaurants that have changed their menu to attract the nutrition conscious.
One restaurant that totally surprised me was IHOP. Yes, IHOP. Home of the 2500 calorie breakfast and other unhealthy road blocks. First they have a separate menu section for those of us who are trying to eat healthy. Then, they will work to
de-fat and de-sugar other items. They now carry Sugar Free syrup! I found a Spinach, mushroom & Tomato omelet (made with egg substitute) and a side dish of fruit that totaled just 330 calories. Standard prep called for Swiss chess, but I axed the cheese for less calories & fat. TASTED GREAT!
Think back to where you were when you started your healthy journey and just how far you have come, even if you still have a long way to go remember you are on the RIGHT path and YOU are getting there! That positive thought should put a big smile on your face. In the past the healthy road may have been the road less travelled but now it is the one you always take!306
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