• Posts Tagged ‘travel nutritionist’

    Five easy to store, take on board meal containers

    by  • March 28, 2019 • Healthy Meals, Travel diets, Travel Nutrition • 0 Comments

    If you travel frequently then you’re probably sick to death of airline food, terminal fast food outlets and petrol station snacks.  Especially if you have a food intolerance or severe allergy.  Also, it’s true that most of us find controlling our weight and maintaining a healthier diet easier when we have access to familiar...

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    Hydration and business travel in the heat

    by  • August 20, 2018 • Hydration • 0 Comments

    Hydration is always a challenge when travelling on business, especially when there is a heatwave.   The northern hemisphere summer has been super-hot, but work must go on.  Travelling for business can be tough when we start to swelter.   Fatigue, headaches and dizziness are the first signs that we are drying up. The time is...

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    Santiago de Compostela’s Airport: Gateway to Galicia & Northern Spain

    by  • October 17, 2017 • Europe, Spain • 0 Comments

    The airport at Santiago de Compostela is a local hub for International flights from Vueling and Ryanair, whilst also hosting a few Easyjet and Nordic services along with many domestic Spanish flights. The new terminal, bathed in natural light and spacious, provides a pleasant, low stress, airport experience, essential for frequent business travellers. Drop...

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    Ten portions of fruit and vegetables a day: Could it be the new normal?

    by  • March 30, 2017 • Travel Nutrition • 0 Comments

    We’ve grown comfortable with the Five-a-Day fruit and vegetable message whether we achieve it or not.  The original aim for better health was to eat five portions of vegetables and fruit each day. A few years ago this morphed into eating extra vegetables rather than fruit, then it became seven portions, and now we’re told it’s...

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    Making the most of motorway services

    by  • November 9, 2016 • Motorway services • 0 Comments

    Business travel by road often necessitates long motorway journeys and these require sustenance. Motorway Services offer amazing convenience, but not always healthy food or value for money. To get the best Service break experience, planning is paramount: What are we happy to pay for? Where do we want to take our break? What supplies...

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    Aberdeen Airport, travel with ‘No Frills’

    by  • September 5, 2016 • Aberdeen, Airports • 0 Comments

    Aberdeen Airport opened in 1934, and the passenger numbers and routes have for many years, mostly served business travel for the oil and gas industry with the later addition of tourist destinations. The airport complex includes the main domestic/international terminal, plus terminals for fixed wing and helicopters servicing the offshore oil platforms. In April...

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    Brilliant breakfasts at Stansted Airport

    by  • April 20, 2016 • Breakfast, Healthy Meals, Stansted, Travel diets, Travel Nutrition • 0 Comments

    Business travellers flying from Stansted Airport (UK) can now choose from a wider selection of breakfast menus as a result of the recent airport transformation project.  Our Registered Consultant Nutritionist, Kathy Lewis, has visited Stansted to find out if there are now any healthier breakfast options suitable for the business traveller.  Here is what...

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    6 easy ways to avoid dehydration when travelling on business

    by  • April 14, 2015 • Hydration, Jet lag, Long haul flights, Snacks • 0 Comments

    When travelling on business it is essential to avoid dehydration if you want to be at your most effective. Travelling can interrupt your usual daily routine, making it less likely that you will consume the same quantities of fluids and eat the same foods as you would normally when in the office or at home....

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