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Nutritionist Claudia Gonzalez Shares Tips for Eating Well On-the-Go During the Busy Holiday Rush
Date:11/25/2008

Good Nutrition is now the Easiest Part the Holiday Season

ROSELAND, N.J., Nov. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Traveling with your family can be overwhelming, especially during the busy holiday season. Unfortunately many get drawn into buying an unhealthy snack or meal that might not otherwise be purchased. At airports, it's easy to wind up eating unhealthy foods or become dehydrated on a long trip, but whether you're in a rush or have time to spend before a flight, you can help your family make good choices to stay happy and healthy.

"Flying can be stressful, especially during busier air travel season," said nutritionist Claudia Gonzalez. "A balanced meal at the airport can boost your mood, energy and peace of mind as you travel. McDonald's is my go-to choice because it consistently delivers on good menu choices such as Premium Salads that you know are made with quality nutritious ingredients."

All major airports in the tri-state area have a McDonald's so you can count on it for your next trip. There's no need to scour the entire terminal to find the nutritious, delicious and inexpensive foods you know and love from McDonald's. McDonald's all-natural ingredients and fresh produce offerings, such as the Fruit & Walnut Salad and Apple Dippers for kids, give an extra, natural boost for the walking and lifting of a busy day.

While you're waiting for your flight with your family, you can help them make good choices. McDonald's offers sensible snacks, meals and drinks to help everyone through the bustle of the airport. Having the right tools, especially for longer flights will make the trip more pleasant.

For more tips and information please visit http://mcdonaldsnymetro.com/

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