Highlights

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1. Rockin rollercoaster
2. Hollywood tower of terror
3. Hoopla stage!
4. After the Finding Nemo ride we spent a long time observing the fish in the observation area, these are cute little clown fish!
5 & 6 pics from the Lion King play at Animal Kingdom- one of my favorite shows at the Disney parks!

It’s been such an amazing time here at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and Animal Kingdom!

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Eating healthy at Disneyworld’s Animal Kingdom-Research phase 4

Animal kingdom is an exciting, adventure filled park with rides like Expedition Everest and Kali river rapids. With so many adventures to be had at this park you need a lunch that won’t weigh you down. I’ve selected a few options below that will provide the right balance of protein, carbs, and vegetables to help power through the day. I’ve selected a few options at Yak & Yeti for dinner that sounded unique and flavorful, but healthy.

From Dreamstime

Lunch Options-

Flame Tree BBQ

  • Barbecued Chicken Salad-with mixed greens tossed with barbecued chicken $7.79

Restaurantosaurus

  • Vegetable Subosaurus-grilled vegetables, mushrooms, onions, provolone, served on a toasted roll with sweet potato fries $9.39
  • Caesar Salad with Chicken $7.79

Dinner Options-

Anandapur Yak and Yeti Restaurant

  • Seared Ahi Tuna-chilled, sesame-encrusted ahi tuna, wasabi aioli, and sweet chili slaw $10.99
  • Maple Tamarind Chicken-Seared chicken breast, Indonesian tamarind glaze, coconut ginger rice, baby bok choy, shiitake mushroom stir fry. $19.99
  • Seared Miso Salmon-miso glazed Atlantic salmon, jasmine rice, baby bok choy and shiitake mushroom stir-fry $23.99

Sweet Endings-

Royal Anandapur Tea Company

  • Frozen Chai – $4.89,5.39,5.89

found the menus and prices on allears.net. 

For further information, pictures, of the restaurants I found information at WDWinfo.com


Eating healthy at Disneyworld-Research phase 1

I’ve been doing a TON of research on eating healthy at Disneyworld, because our trip is less than 4 weeks away. The number one tip/advice I have found when it comes to eating healthy at Disneyworld is to prepare to have plenty of options.

I plan to research each parks dining options and find at least 3 alternatives for lunch & dinner. We plan to eat breakfast at our timeshare and buy snacks at Costco when we arrive to save time & money. I’ve looked at the below blogs, with extremely insightful information.

  • DisneyfoodbblogGreat list of lunch & dinner options at each park, a list of eat this not that snack alternatives, and tips to eating healthy.
  • Allears.netYou can find the price lists, and up to date menu for every dining service in the parks.
  • PassporterA great resource for planning & this particular article sums up the best tips to eating healthy at Disneyworld
  • Disneyworld’s official site-Of course going to the official site gives a more in-depth perspective on different dining options/information that may not have been mentioned in the above sites.

My plan is to post my perspective meals I can’t wait to try once I’m at Disneyworld per park that would be a healthy, and satisfying option. Researching phase 1 of many?

If you have any advice on eating healthy not only at Disneyworld, but on vacation in general, please let me know!

Happy May 1st everyone! I can’t believe how fast time flies!