Thanks friends! I did it. I didn't gain... and a week after I've lost 2 more lbs. We were on the meal plan and I choose salad and fruit instead of fries, brought my cup to refill my water at the fountains, ate the sandwiches without the bread. I also danced at every dance party and parade, jumped in puddles in the tropical storm and played, played, played with my kids. Every night I was so throughly exhausted and sore but I brought my refreezable ice pack with me and was ready to go again each morning.
6/18/12 9:18 A
We ate a lot at Wolfgang Puck Express in Downtown Disney, and the food seemed to be much fresher and no doubt healthier than a good chunk of the other places. If you're on a Disney Quick Service dining plan, it is BY FAR the best food for your meal allowences. http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dining/di ningdetail.cfm?restaurant.Id=181
Another thing to consider is the amount of walking you will be doing in a day- a lot of calories will be burned off. Wear good, worn in walking shoes, lol. Your feet will thank you. :)
Also, a little tip, if you are on the dining plan, use your refillable mug for your drink at breakfast and keep the bottled drink that is included in your breakfast for the day.
Edited by: SARAHANEW at: 6/18/2012 (09:19)
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1,561 6/15/12 2:57 A
I don't know, but I found this great page. Disney seems to really be accommodating to special diets!
I don't know where to ask this so I thought I'd try here. We are taking the vacation of a lifetime and taking the kiddos to Walt Disney World for a week. My question is, what are the best healthy eating tips? Does anyone have any suggestions for staying on track while at the happiest place on earth? thanks!
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