Since we’re now at the height of summer vacation season, what better way is there than to be prepared when planning your trip. When you travel everything differs from your sleeping pattern, to your eating habits. Many people find it hard to maintain their weight, and return home with the disappointment of weight gain.
This post is here to enlist a few tips for your next vacation or work travel trip.
- Examine the food offered. Use a rating system. Eat only the foods that you rate highly and don’t waste calories on the ones that you didn’t.
- If you eat every time someone asks you to try something you’ll definitely gain weight. Eat what appeals to YOU, NOT everyone else.
- Be in charge of what you eat. If there’s nothing that you want or no healthy options available, speak up. Don’t just eat it because it is there.
- Experience the local cuisine when traveling, but don’t go overboard. Don’t overeat just because it’s there.
- Always keep in mind that you need to include foods that nourish your body like proteins, fruits and vegetables. This will ensure you eat well throughout the trip. A few protein packed snacks to choose from include: mixed nuts, hard-boiled eggs, edamame, beef or turkey jerky, roasted chickpeas, protein smoothie, cottage cheese and fruit and a peanut butter and banana sandwich. To find out more about these items and how they enhance weight loss click here .
- Pick clothes that fit well, so that you’re comfortable. This will enhance you wanting to do daily activities.
- Keep your digestive track moving by drinking plenty of water. To switch things up try warm water with lemon. There are multiple benefits of drinking warm lemon water. To read more on those benefits, click here.
- Drink a glass of water before each alcoholic drink. Hydrate yourself and enjoy the taste. Note: it is better to drink wine than sugary drinks. The sugary drinks tend to pack on way more calories.
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We hope these tips help you plan the best eating habits in future travels. Vacations can remain delightful and unforgettable just by making a few minimal changes to the norm.
Martin and David Sher are Co-CEO of AmSher Debt Collection Agency. Martin, a past president of ACA International, is the author of the Collector’s Pledge—signed by hundreds of thousands of collectors all over the world committing to treat people with dignity and respect. David’s past president of the International Association of Commercials Collectors, and with his brother, authored the book, How to collect debts and still keep your customers.