When you think you’re on the plane breaking the boredom by eating cookies or soft drinks slow down; sugary foods increase dehydration and thirst, which you should avoid. Traveling long distances will take a while for your body to become more dry before reaching the arrival station, so check your choices for what you eat and drink while in the air.Any foods that contain a lot of salt, such as ready-made soup, do not suit flying birds, especially if the distance is long
before traveling. During the hours before going to the airport avoid salt-rich foods such as chips, chips, fried foods, hot spices, garlic, and coffee.
Soup ready for preparation. Any foods that contain a lot of salt, such as ready-made soup, do not suit flying birds, especially if the distance is long. Prepared soup contains about half the healthy amount of sodium per day per adult. Increased sodium in the food causes swelling.
Vegetables increase gases. Although vegetables are a healthy option to some, they increase abdominal gases and a feeling of discomfort especially if they are canned. So, while flying avoid any foods that increase gases such as broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage.
Soft drinks. The plane’s air is low in humidity, and naturally it feels more dry than normal. But asking for soft drinks will increase the problem, because it contains caffeine and sugar. Caffeine increases diuresis, which aggravates the problem of dehydration, while sugar increases thirst. Drink water on board and not soft drinks.
Cakes and Chocolate. While traveling by plane try as much as possible to keep away from sugars and sweets, and also chocolate as they contain both sugar and caffeine. Taking what raises blood sugar is not a wise choice during the hours of the journey that you will spend sitting without movement or physical activity. High blood sugar will cause a feeling of tiredness that increases the fatigue of the journey.