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Nutrition Bars Come in Handy when you Travel
Francis M. Ardi
You might not have time to look for where to eat breakfast.
You might be on a flight where no food is served.
You could even be stuck in the secure gating area of an airport
having to wait more than an hour for your flight which has been delayed
and where even a cup of Yoplait Yogurt will set you back $1.78 plus tax.
(something you are accustomed to pay $0.65 at your supermarket)
You could get hungry at an unexpected place and time.
It is not at all inconvenient to carry with you on your carry on baggage or
tote bag a few of those so-called health bars or high protein "candy bars"
available at Whole Foods, GNC, or even at your local supermarket.
These can often be lifesavers should you find yourself hungry in unfamiliar
surroundings with no access to food. They are rich due to their enriched
protein content and are usually satisfying substitutes for breakfast or
lunch. It would also be good to carry a couple of small apples for dessert
and if traveling in places like Mexico, carry some bottled water.
About the author:
Francis Ardi is the developer of travelclickmap.com,
an, interactive web page map application for
point and click flight reservations across North America,
including Alaska, Canada, Hawaii and the Caribbean.