Book can help you hit Healthy Highways
I'm trying to eat better. But one of the pitfalls for me is a trip. It seems like it's tough to eat well and eat conveniently on the road. On recent trips, my wife and I have taken a few steps to better eating while traveling. One, we're eating at the hotel free breakfast spread. That usually includes fruit or cereal or a bagel or something that's a lot better than hitting McDonald's for a bacon, egg, cheese, bacon, egg, cheese, bacon and bacon biscuit (hold the biscuit). We also have been packing a lunch on long drive days, which also gives you more control. Now Nikki and David Goldbeck's book Healthy Highways might help us to take it to the next level. The Goldbecks have put together a guide of healthy eating throughout the US. And each entry includes accessibility info.
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