The Goldbecks break for yummy, healthy road food.
Hamburgers and french fries are part of almost every American road trip. But what if you want meals that are less fatty, less greasy, something besides fast food? Take a look at the new book Healthy Highways: The Traveler's Guide to Healthy Eating ($18.95, www.healthyhighways.com ). Authors Nikki and David Goldbeck, best known for their 1970s whole foods guide, The Supermarket Handbook, have assembled a map- and direction-laden lineup of 1,900 natural food stores and health-conscious restaurants across the country. They offer up suggestions such as these in locales where you might think your best option is a Big Mac.
Photography by Dion Ogust
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