Heather Strang | Eating Wheat-Free, Dairy-Free & Low Sugar in Las Vegas


13 Jun / Eating Wheat-Free, Dairy-Free & Low Sugar in Las Vegas

Traveling always provides the perfect opportunity to eat wheat-free, dairy-free and low sugar. But, in a place like Las Vegas (where anything and everything you can ever imagine is available) maintaining a healthy diet can be difficult. Fortunately, I’m vain and didn’t want to be bloated in my bikini, making me extra motivated to eat right. 🙂

Here are some tips for eating wheat-free, dairy-free and low sugar while vacationing in Vegas:

-Asian food is a perfect option for travel eating. I got to dine, not once, but twice at my favorite Asian restaurant, Chin-Chin Cafe inside New York New York. I noshed on eggplant with tofu — one of my absolute fave dishes and chicken lettuce cups. Yum!

-Salads, baby. Add some protein and your golden.

-For breakfast, an egg white veggie frittata with hashbrowns is a delish choice.

-When on Vegas time, there are typically only two meals a day (due to rising around 11am!), so a a Luna or Cliff bar with a piece of fruit will always suffice.

-For drinks, stay away from juices (packed with refined sugars) and keep it simple. For me that means, sipping on a glass of Chardonney or my new drink–coconut rum and club soda (see photo). It’s refreshing and simple. FYI – Rum does not contain wheat, but is made from molasses.

-Ask about the ingredients of food – you may be surprised. In the picture above, I was enjoying a pecan bar made with almond flour. Hooray!

-Mexican food can be another great option–always be sure to ask that corn tortillas are used. We got our fill at Diablo’s Cantina.

-Sugar-free chocolates are a great treat and were readily available at a casino cafe.

-Bring bars, nuts and dried fruit for easy airplane travel.

Eating wheat-free, dairy-free and low sugar while traveling isn’t as tough as one would expect. Even in Vegas!

Have any tips for eating out while living it up in Vegas? Leave your comments here.

Happy Eating!
Heather 🙂

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