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A traveler’s guide to eating healthy on the road

Posted on: April 6th, 2016

Eating well may be one of the toughest challenges of traveling. When you’re at home, you can exercise great control over what you consume, but when you’re on the road, you often find your dining choices severely limited. This is why we’ve compiled a list of tips to help you eat a balanced, nutritious diet, no matter how far you are from home.

  1. Drink Plenty of Water

One of the easiest ways to stay healthy on the road is to make sure you stay hydrated. Bring bottled water with you, or ask your chauffeur to stock some in the car. When you feel hungry, drink a glass of water instead of immediately reaching for food. Experts recommend drinking 8 oz. of water and waiting 15 minutes.

  1. Avoid Fast Food

Travelers are often tempted to stop at fast-food restaurants, as these tend to be the easiest and most convenient options. Unfortunately, these easy, convenient spots also tend to be the worst for your health. If you’re looking for more than just snacks, many modern supermarkets feature salad bars and made-to-order sandwiches. You can craft your own meal, one that is much healthier than the readymade junk food at fast-food restaurants.

  1. Pack Your Own Snacks

This tip goes hand-in-hand with the previous one: either before you leave or after you’ve reached your destination, you should try to stop at a supermarket and purchase a variety of healthy snack options to carry with you. This way, if you feel sudden hunger while on the road, you have nutritious options readily available.

  1. Don’t Forget Breakfast!

As USA Today points out, breakfast is the most important meal of the day — but many of us skip it. If you eat a filling meal high in protein and fiber in the morning, you’ll be less tempted to graze later on. Plus, you’ll have all the energy you need to perform at your best during early meetings.

  1. Know What to Reach for When Your Options Are Limited

When you’re on the road, you often don’t have a say in where you eat. Clients may schedule meetings at restaurants, and the conferences you attend may be catered. If you find yourself in such a situation, it’s best to make smart selections.

Ask for your driver where are the best restaurants in town. At Islip Limo, we provide ground transportation in New York in order to help your meeting or event run as smoothly as possible. Not worrying about the transportation keeps you healthy and also keeps you focused on the thing that are more important to you.

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