Many of us are still traveling for the holidays. Whether it is on our way home or back out for a fun New Year's trip, we're spending lots of time in airports. The Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine has rated some of the nation's top airports in terms of health. Each airport's score was determined by dividing the number of restaurants offering at least one healthful option by the total number of restaurants — a restaurant was rated as healthful if it served at least one low-fat, high-fiber, cholesterol-free breakfast, lunch, or dinner entrée.
To see if an airport you'll be visiting makes the list, just read more.
|Airport||Score||Healthy Restaurants/ Total Restaurants|
|1. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport||94%||89/95|
|2. (tie) Chicago O’Hare International Airport||93%||81/87|
|2. (tie) Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport||93%||56/60|
|3. (tie) Los Angeles International Airport||89%||50/56|
|4. Denver International Airport||84%||41/49|
|5. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport||82%||46/56|
|6. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport||81%||47/58|
|7. San Francisco International Airport||77%||46/60|
|8. (tie) Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport||84%||49/58|
|8. John F. Kennedy International Airport||76%||62/82|
|9. Las Vegas McCarran International Airport||75%||33/44|
|10. Orlando International Airport||73%||29/40|