Taking a trip, for any family, involves departing from the routine and regular eating habits. I welcome this change and I know my children do too. For me, it is such a relief to get a break from deciding on meals ideas and cooking. But how do you embark on and manage to eat healthily on a vacation?
One of my all-time favourite things to do is to explore different parts of the world. Right now, our family is exploring Quebec City – today we saw the old city, the harbour, Le Chateau Frontenac and the Funicular (the cable railway that connects the upper and lower town and shown in the background of the image above), the cathedrals, the incredible shops and Palais Royale. I am already beside myself with excitement for tomorrow and the wonders that await us.
As many of you know, I believe that dairy (click here for my blog post with more information on this subject), wheat and chemicals, which form the basis of most people’s diets, are our worst enemies. Many of you have heard me encourage families to dare to be different and eat foods that others are not eating so much of.