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Top 5 Ways to Eat Healthier When You Travel

By: The Editors of

Being away from home can make it tough to stick to your diet, especially if you are a frequent business traveler. When you spend your days trekking through airports and sitting through long meetings, you are often stuck eating whatever is available to you. Here are a few tips on how to stay healthy while traveling. And even if you aren’t a business traveler, more than one of these tips can be used when you are on vacation or even just enjoying a dinner out.

Top 5 Ways to Eat Healthier While You Travel

1. Don’t skip breakfast. Eating breakfast will not only provide the necessary energy to get you through the day, but it will prevent you from snacking on those calorie-packed doughnuts and pastries often provided at morning meetings.

2. Skip the bread basket. Filling up on rolls from a restaurant’s bread basket just means empty calories and unecessary carbs. This is a good tip to remember for all your meals out.

3. Be smart when ordering. Because you will likely eat most of your meals at a restaurant, take care in what you order. Go for entrees that balance lean proteins with vegetables and carbs. Salads are always a good option, but steer clear of salads topped with fried foods and heavy dressings.

4. Ask for a doggy bag. Ask to have a portion of your entree wrapped up before you even dig in. Most restaurant portions are huge, and many hotel rooms are equipped with mini-fridges for your leftovers.

5. Bring snacks. Be sure to bring some healthy snacks along. Low-fat granola bars, fruit and raw veggies are good snacking options. This way you can control your hunger and avoid the Cinnabon stand at the airport.

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