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healthy eating in switzerland and italy

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I have looked for a similar topic in the search, but have not found one. Is it easy to get your food very plain without oils or butter in restaurants in italy and switzerland? My 18 year old DD follows a rather restrictive diet, very plain fish, salad, eggs, vegetables, greek yogurts, etc... She is a pretty serious athlete and her diet is important to her.
The rest of us will eat almost anything, but I know this is important to her and would like to be able to have her be happy too. We will be staying in Lake Lugano, Zurich, Florence and Rome.
Any opinions on travelers who maybe had food allergies that they had to work around? Thanks!

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