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Lauren
Keymaster

Hi Whitey

If you are worried about the in flight meal, then go ahead and order a diabetic one but bear in mind that it will probably be packed with fats too.

I recently did a ten hour flight so was served two meals. The first was a vegetarian one which was so-so but edible and the second was a light snack. That was a great option and if I’d thought about it, I would have requested two of those. Crackers, cheese portions, fruit and tea/coffee (unlimited.) What I didn’t eat straight away, I kept for a bit later on. Also, I swapped the calorific ‘dessert’ with my children for more crackers!

Like Paul said, don’t worry about it – just enjoy it. You deserve it! Many of my wls friends have been on cruises and in fact, they are the very best option because there is so much choice and no set portions. So, Harr Harrr me hearty and away!

Doodah x

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