Unfortunately, there’s no Potter magic when it comes to finding foodsat Universal that are no-salt, no-sugar and no-fat. Place after place we tried to have lunch at served pizza and burgers, both of which I love but neither of which I can eat any longer.
Our eating away from home page has more than 50 posts on restaurants in eight metro areas across the country plus posts on national chains of all strips
With Costco nearly everywhere, it’s no wonder this was my most popular eating out post.
Everyone wants to know if they can eat healthy at Universal. My answer: no, at least not at the Florida location I was dragged to late last year. I lost four pounds in four days because of the lack of healthy alternatives.
I have tried to live this past year to the very fullest, writing a one-act play I had been talking about writing for years; working with my wife to produce two performance of the play, and subsequently to write the second act as well.
Finding low and no salt, low and no fat and low and no sugar dishes at restaurants is extremely difficult. This page is designed to help with some do’s and don’ts gleaned from our personal experiences. Revies are segmented by cities so you can quickly scan for a city you may live in or plan… Continue Reading →
The bottom line is that in four and a half days there, I lost four pounds from the combination of little to eat and all the walking we inevitably did. Disney World surprised me with a healthy option for lunch, one of the best I had on the trip in fact. Universal was a total junk food mecca, as were the places we ate in Orlando itself.
A salmon salad is on the menu but I discovered it comes without lettuce or field greens, only with some spinach. So I asked the waitress if I could get a salad with field greens and salmon. She said that would be possible. We would substitute salmon for chicken on another listed salad, with a slight up-charge.