Press / November 29, 2013

Expatfamilyhealth.com: Top airlines for healthy in-flight food

By Charles Platkin, PhD

Now is the time of year many expats will be thinking about travelling to see family for the holidays. Travelling even relatively short distances can play havoc with your body-clock, eating habits (airport food at 5am anyone?), and your overall well-being.

If you’re flying long-haul then, unless you bring your own meals, you are at the mercy of airline food. A lot of emphasis is put on staying healthy in the air; avoid sitting for long periods, stay hydrated, and reset your body clock, but how healthy are the in-flight meals?

DietDetective runs an annual survey which rates airlines according to the nutritional values of their snacks and meals. Here are the top three airlines for in-flight meals and snacks.

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