Press / December 27, 2013

Canadianliving.com: Healthy or hefty? The best and worst airline foods

By Charles Platkin, PhD

The December battle of the bulge isn’t reserved for holiday parties. If you’re one of the 25 percent of Canadians planning to travel this holiday season, even your flight to visit loved ones or escape to an exotic locale can be source of extra calories.

Thankfully, personal trainer and author Charles Platkin, a.k.a. the Diet Detective, is calling out airline operators for their in-flight offerings in an online survey. The results of the study have been published on his website.

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