Easy Gluten Free Diet While Traveling

Yesterday was gorgeous day in New York City. It started with interval training in Central Park followed by a delicious omelet and bacon breakfast at Sarabeth’s famous restaurant right across from the park.

Then, after a 10 minute shopping spree at FAO Schwartz to get some gifts for friends, it was time to head to the airport. Where we met with friends who had just been traveling the world meeting researchers studying the benefits of a paleo diet.

I learned a lot and shared some of the Easy Diet info I discovered here

After that was the four hour plane ride from NYC to Denver, and honestly, I was still really full from breakfast, so on the plane I skipped the processed food meal and instead had whole, natural snacks like almonds and apples along with plenty of water – so when I landed I had plenty of good energy.

Finally, upon arriving in Denver, we went to a Whole Foods Market for more real food, stocking up on blueberries, broccoli, peppers, spinach, cherries, and apples.

All of the above produce should be organic because they are foods that otherwise have pesticides applied directly to the skin…and you can’t wash that off.

Also in the cart were bananas, avocado, raw almond butter, organic eggs, and a rotisserie chicken.

For dinner I had a giant helping of the chicken along with a fantastic garden salad, followed by a big bowl of cherries.

Gluten free and paleo eating is easy.

Find out more in this Easy Diet free report here

You’ll be SHOCKED at the foods that contain hidden sources of gluten that could be causing you problems from dry skin to severe gut health problems.

It’s easy to make the switch to this diet if you need to.

Of course, most people also report ‘side effects’ of fat loss and increased energy when they go gluten free.

It’s simple, easy, and delicious.

(And it’s also used by top athletes like Tom Brady, Novak Djokovic, and even members of the US Olympic Team.)


Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer