How to Eat Healthy When You’re Traveling | Healthy Snack Ideas for Travel

How to Eat Healthy When You’re Traveling | Healthy Snack Ideas for Travel


– Some of the food you find in airports and inflight is absolute garbage. You don’t need the sugary
cookies, the carb-loaded pretzels, and the microwave burgers. When you’re traveling or
have full days on the go, what you need to do is plan ahead. Here are my favorite tips and easy Code Red-approved
go-to snacks to hit the road. Before we get into it, I have
a free resource available that will help you even
with your busy schedule. Download the Code Red Lifestyle Guide in the link below to get started. (soft music) So here are some tips for planning ahead when you’re traveling. You definitely wanna bring your own food. Look, most airports are gonna
have plenty of Code Red food. I don’t worry about that too much and you’re pretty much
wherever you travel, you’re gonna have a rest stop, you’re gonna have a gas station that’s also gonna have Code Red foods. That is what’s so great about Code Red. We teach you how to eat Code Red anywhere so I’m not too worried about
trying to find your own food but here’s the problem with that. The problem with trying
to find your own food at various locations is you run the risk of letting yourself get way too hungry and then not being able
to find anything in time and by the time you find something, you’re so ravenous, you might
make the wrong decision, so it’s always best to
bring your own food. They make plenty of food that are great traveling-size items. You can always bring your
own hard-boiled eggs, definitely individually
packed coconut oil, and my favorite, sardines packed in water, a great go-to for when you travel. I travel a lot and some of
my favorite go-to food items are individually packed
coconut oil packets from Trader Joe’s. Also at Trader Joe’s, and
really any grocery store, they have these sardines packed in water. Always get it packed in water, guys. You don’t wanna get it packed in oil. Usually the oil is a low-grade oil that’ll cause inflammation in your body, so always sardines packed in water. Also another item I like to take with me, individually packaged beef jerky sticks. You can get it with no sugar,
you get various flavors, there are lots of items out there in the whole beef jerky stick realm that you can choose that’s
gonna be good for you. They also make a little
individually packaged vegetables and dip. You have a little package, it’s sealed, you peel it back, there are a
variety of vegetables in there and a little bit of ranch dip. Oh heck, yeah. That’s absolutely a great idea. They also make to-go cups of guacamole. Talk about the perfect food on the go. It’s not gonna break in
your bag and guacamole, yes. Everybody likes guacamole. If you don’t like guacamole, aw, you can’t be friends with me, come on. When you absolutely have
to buy food at the airport or on a plane, stick
to meat, veggies, nuts. I travel a lot and I have been in a situation countless times. You do not have to eat all the carbs they serve you on the airplane. You can always kick the bread off and eat the inside of the sandwich. They’re are almost always gonna give you Code Red-approved items but they’re also gonna
give you a crap items. Don’t eat the crap, stick with the meat, stick with the veggies,
stick with the nuts, and this is why it’s always
a good idea have your own just in case as a backup plan. I am telling you right now,
you are way more susceptible to dehydration when you are traveling. There is science and data
to actually back this up, so definitely, one
thing you don’t wanna do is don’t skip on that
water when you travel. Keep up with your hydration, keep up with drinking your water. Make sure you get in a full liter before you leave the house. Get in a liter while you travel. Get in a liter when you get home. Get that water in,
that’s gonna help combat the interstitial fluid that
will pool in your extremities from sitting long periods of
time on a plane or in a car. This is inevitable. This happens to people and I’m telling you it’s pretty much inevitable so you can just count
on it happening to you. The best thing to do is
continue to drink that water, that way, your body will
flush that fluid out and you’ll return to normal pretty quick. If you’re ready to be a Code Red rebel and refuse to compromise
even with a busy schedule, I have a program for you. Click the link below to
access my free resource and learn how to get connected today. If you like this video,
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when I release a new video but I wanna hear from you. What are your favorite
go-to items when you travel? Put it in the comment box below and I’ll see you on the next video.

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