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For many expatriates, finding adequate health insurance coverage is just another box to tick when planning their global adventure. COVID-19 has changed that and underscores the importance of having a comprehensive health insurance plan. And as this pandemic continues to impact the world, I am increasingly approached by individuals asking not just why global health insurance but also if they…

If properly stored in a cool, dark spot, most root vegetables will keep for weeks if not months, making them the ideal ingredient for healthy quarantine cooking. This adaptable soup recipe tastes deceptively rich and savory, thanks to an oven roast that caramelizes the natural sugars in root vegetables, and a touch of sweetness from apples if you have them…

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It can be hard to find adventures with so many travel restrictions and mandates in place because of COVID-19. How can you satisfy your wanderlust spirit while still maintaining social distance and other health precautions? While we usually share international travel tips with you here at Healthy Travel Blog, we want you to stay safe and healthy. So here are…

vegan brussel sprout caesar salad

With Italian-American roots and conception in Mexico, the classic Caesar salad is beloved by diners the world over. This recipe showcases the classic recipe in a whole new way. Shredded brussels sprouts mixed with a punchy vegan Caesar dressing, offer a boost of vitamin C for your immune system, vitamin K for blood clotting and bone health, and fiber for…

Woman sitting in window reading a book.

Books are the perfect way to get away without actually going anywhere. If you're looking for an adventure without leaving your couch, here are five books you need to check out. 1. The Beach by Alex Garland A backpackers classic, The Beach encompasses the spirit of Thailand and, through it, illustrates the soul-searching and human connection that are fundamental to…

Socca with shaved fennel and aioli on a blue plate.

Though its origin is often disputed, you’ll find socca, or chickpea flour pancakes in abundance throughout France, Italy, Spain, and even as far as Argentina. Whether called socca, farinata, or panisse, you’ll be happy to know you can easily recreate this delicious street fare in your own kitchen. Chickpea flour, made from dried and ground chickpeas, is naturally gluten-free, low…

Taj Mahal from under an awning.

Staying home doesn’t mean you can’t experience the world. Here are 10 spectacular destinations to check out on Google Maps.  1. The Colosseum Located in Rome, Italy, The Colosseum is the oldest surviving amphitheater in the world, built around 70 BC. At the time it was built, it was the largest amphitheater, holding up to 80,000 spectators for events like…

People walking through crowd with face masks.

The internet has brought about a rampant spread of misinformation about healthcare in the world. But when it comes to preventing the spread of illness, it’s important that we’re aware of the facts—especially if we find ourselves in enclosed spaces like planes, trains and buses. Here are some common myths about preventing illness and the facts to refute them.  MYTH…

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