30-Day Challenge Module 24
- Read today's module on "How to Travel Healthy."
- Continue to log what you ate today, the portion sizes, and how you felt in your food log.
- Participate in your scheduled exercise routine. If you have yet to participate in today's feature video CLICK HERE.
How to Travel Healthy
Planning ahead is the secret to healthy eating when you travel. Here are a few helpful hints:
- Plan to bring pre-portioned, homemade, whole food packages, such as homemade protein bars, fruit, nuts, and raw vegetables.
- Plane travel may cause water retention, bloating, and gas. Skip the caffeine, soft drinks and alcohol, and drink lots of water.
- Check out available restaurants and menus before you leave home.
- Stop at the farmer’s market when you arrive at your destination. You will not only enjoy nice, fresh, whole foods, but you will get to be introduced to a part of the culture that most people don’t encounter.
- Bring any bottles, tools, or utensils that you may need in preparing foods you bring with you.
- Talk to people who live in the area and find out good places to shop or eat out.
- Plan to do as much physical activity as you can. Walking, hiking, and cycling are great ways to do some sightseeing.
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