Following is a list of some of my tried-and-true travel favorites. Some I pack no matter where I’m going or for how long – like chia, green packs and nuts. Others I pack depending on where I’m going, how I’m getting there, what access I’ll have to fresh markets, and how long I’ll be gone. The more prepared you are, the more likely you’ll be able to eat healthier and feel better.

Individual chia seeds or flax packs. Traveling can disrupt your regularity. One of the best ways to “keep going” is to include healthy fiber in your daily meals. Stir flax or chia seeds into your smoothie, cooked oatmeal, soups or water.• Juice Plus Capsules or Gummies.  Fruit & Veggie powder on-the-go gives you great energy and a dose of 30 difference fruits & veggies. Just take with water or add to a smoothie.• Fresh fruit that’s easy to eat on the road, such as apples, bananas, etc.

Oatmeal. Throw a serving size into an individual serving container or resealable bag.

Justin’s Almond Butter single packs. Delicious with a banana, an apple or spread on of Suzie’s Thin Crisps.

Mary’s Gone Crackers, Sticks & Twigs and/or Suzie’s Thin Crisps. These are my favorite travel crackers; gluten-free options available.

Q’ia Superfood Cereal. A mixture of buckwheat, chia seeds, hempseeds, almonds and cranberries.

Protein powder individual serving packets. I recommend Juice Plus, Vega or your choice of a plant-based powder.

Nut mixture. Combine your choices of walnuts, almonds, pumpkin seeds and store in individual serving containers or bags.

Goji berries

Brad’s Raw Chips

Bars, bars, bars! My recommendations include 2 Mom’s in the Raw Nut Bars, Raw Revolution, Larabars, Pure Bars, or GoMacro Minis.

• Single serving hummus and raw baby carrots or apple slices

Dry roasted Edamame or Chick Peas (Saffron Road brand)

Dr. MacDougall’s veggie soup cups (just add water)
Be sure to pack a shaker bottle to mix on-the-go protein drinks and a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated!