Because a diet doesn’t have to keep you from eating your way around the world.

By Melissa Locker
October 17, 2016

This article originally appeared on TravelandLeisure.com.

It’s hard enough to keep kosher, eat paleo, stick to your Whole 30 diet, or avoid dairy (and red meat, peanuts, and non-sustainable seafood) while home. But it’s more challenging than ever when you’re racing to catch a flight, eating hotel room service, or trying to communicate with a waiter in a foreign language.

Managing dietary restrictions and allergies in a new culture, with an unfamiliar language, and with wildly exotic cuisines can make eating (and enjoying a trip) extremely difficult. But a restricted diet shouldn’t mean restricted travel. With a little advanced planning and flexibility, people with even the most rigid diets can make the world their oyster—or preferred non-shellfish alternative.

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