Staying healthy on the road can be tough, especially when you’re in more remote areas or unfamiliar lands that might not have a health-centered grocery store. And have you SEEN the prices they charge in airports? No thanks, we’d rather pack our own tasty snacks beforehand so we know we’re in for a delicious and healthy trip.
Whether you’re flying across an ocean or driving over state lines, here are some ideas that are sure to satisfy your taste buds and your diet requirements on your next excursion.
The firmer the better in this case, so that they can handle a little bit of jostling. Apples, bananas, and oranges are great to take to-go. If you’re looking for something that’ll last a little longer, pick up something that’s been dried, like mangoes or strawberries, or even some plantain chips if you’re looking to replace their potato-ey cousins.
Nuts and seeds
Almonds, sunflower seeds, pistachios, the options are nearly endless and almost always filled with healthy oils and packed with protein. Plus, they’re easy to snack on slowly with no risk of stains or spills.
Dried out greens
Pastes and goos
Not exactly an appealing way to describe them, but we’re talking about foods that have been mashed up a bit and stuck in pouches so as to be more portable, like cinnamon almond butter or a yummy fruit mix that isn’t just for kids.
If you just can’t resist a little sugar, pick up some