Um. . . no.
Please begin reading Primal Blueprint chapter 1....
March 1st 2010: 293lbs | Feb 14th 2012: 199 lbs. | Goal: 210 lbs (Met 5/16/2011)
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You guys could offer her actual suggestions.
If you're lucky most places have some hard-boiled eggs. Eggs with a smear of cream cheese aren't too bad (they'd be better if the hotel provided some salt and pepper!). Any baked good -- absolutely not. Nor the sugary yogurt. If all they have is that, you'll have to bring something of your own or eat out.
I wouldn't, personally. I try to keep Lara bars in my desk and/or car for times like this. They're kind of sugary, so I likely wouldn't want them as a staple, but they've saved me while traveling. I also like the energy squares from Nuts Online...they seem less sugary than the fruit juice infused Lara bars.
I miss the breakfast buffets in Poland, lots of fresh veggies, meats and cheeses, yum.
This is why I always take primal foods with me. Primal foods do not have sugars ( small amounts of honey/ maple syrup are acceptable), no grains or flours made from them. A typical travel meal, anytime of day, might be boiled eggs, salad, roast meat of some kind, homemade jerky, raw almonds or other nuts and seeds, and such. Get the Mark's Primal book for all the info you need.
This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Any given day you are surrounded by 10,000 idiots. Lao Tsu, founder of Taoism