Making wise choices to live your healthiest life can sometimes be difficult, especially when you’re traveling. However, with just a few tips, eating healthy while traveling is easy to implement. Here are some good ideas to get you started in the ease of staying on top of your health while in transit. First and foremost, our food must be delicious and satisfying.
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Choosing Healthy Snacks
Whether you’re traveling by plane, train, boat, or bus, if food is provided on your journey, make sure you state your dietary needs when you book. Vegan options are always available. Apart from holiday time, Bill and I travel throughout the year to teach in many countries. What’s our secret to never being stuck with something unhealthy to eat? Read on!
We always have snacks with us. We always plan to succeed. Finding a juice bar that’s in just about every airport or road service station can be helpful. Fill up before your journey. Many airports also have sushi type bars where we can purchase nori wraps.
We’re all humans, and we’re all creatures of habit. When we get hungry and need energy, the first thing our brain looks to is something that’s a quick fix like sugar. Most of the time, it’s not the good sugar that you would find in a piece of fresh fruit, so having some healthy snacks as options is good, not only for nutrition but so that you’re not putting in foods that can cause inflammation in your body. I drink lots of water and green tea during our flight and during our time away.
Search out healthy restaurants at your destination; the Happy Cow Website lists vegan restaurants in countries worldwide. Eating out is relatively simple these days. Every Italian restaurant will make you a delicious pasta and vegetable dish. Our first choice is obviously Japanese restaurants, also Ethnic or Mexican restaurants are plentiful so feast up on rice and beans. Salad bars are in just about every restaurant. You need never be stuck to find something healthy.