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TRAVEL TIPS for RESTRICTED DIETS

Don’t let special dietary needs get in the way of a great holiday. Follow our 10-point guide for a happy trip, knowing you’ll be eating well – and safely

EXPERT TIPS to take away

1 PLAN YOUR IN-FLIGHT FOOD

‘If you’re flying with an airline that serves a meal as part of the ticket, check with your airline to see if they cater for special dietary requirements,’ says HFG dietitian Helen Bond. ‘British Airways, for example, has options such as low lactose, gluten intolerant, low salt, low fat, vegetarian and vegan, but you need to book in advance.’ Find out more by clicking on Food and drink at britishairways.com.

Peanuts are no longer routinely served these days, but they may still be handed out on some flights. As even traces of peanut protein on tray tables and seat belts, for example, can pose a problem if you have an allergy, it’s worth checking your airline’s policy well in advance – if you forget, mention it to the cabin crew as you board.

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