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Eat healthily wherever you are

Today, healthy might mean a salad. Tomorrow, in the midst of a meeting marathon, it could be a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Today, healthy might mean a salad. Tomorrow, in the midst of a meeting marathon, it could be a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. (livfriis via Deposit Photos/)

It can be hard to stick to a specific diet or even just eat healthy food when you travel or visit somewhere new. Facing limited or unfamiliar options isn’t easy when you’re starving—but hard doesn’t mean impossible.

Before continuing, I’ll let you come up with your own definition of “healthy eating.” The point here isn’t to tell you exactly what foods to eat, but to help you eat whatever it is you consider healthy, no advice. So, if the Big Mac is your idea of a nutritious meal, these tips will help you just as much as they’ll aid someone who’s vegan.

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