How to eat healthy at a garage foodcourt
Beat them at their own game
We know you’ve got a busy lifestyle and sometimes grabbing a Ginsters and a Dr Pepper from the petrol station can feel like a necessity rather than a convenience. Whether it’s the daily commute or a long drive to Center Parcs, the weary, hungry traveller is easily reeled in by the siren call of the “services 5m” sign, or the gentle red glow of the Texaco forecourt roof, which drags slimmers to their doom like the lure of a giant, steel anglerfish.
Once they’ve got you, they stick the things you’re likely to grab right under your nose – familiar, comfortable sources of quick energy like Lucozade, Mars bars and other things that Daley Thompson wouldn’t touch, like Walkers crisps and egg mayo sandwiches. But it isn’t just the carbs and sugar tempting you.