Hawai‘i. Jamaica. Costa Rica. Moorea. The tropics are where rainbows are born. If you are plotting an escape to a tropical paradise this year, you’re probably in full-scale dream mode. And why not? The sun, the beaches, the trade winds rustling through the palm trees — all you need is a pair of sunglasses and your bathing suit, right? Well, a bit more than that. I’m here to help, so read on.
Travelers commonly complain that they can’t eat right on the road. Many share tales of gaining weight on a trip. The good news is that with a little planning and common sense, you can eat right and maintain the good habits you follow at home. In this post, we'll share some healthy eating tips that we use in our travels. We hope they will help you too.
First, an apology: We're guilty as charged of not updating this blog. Our defense: We've spent the last few months feverishly at work on completing the first book in our Healthy Trekking series, 300 Healthy Travel Tips. And now, it's available for you to purchase on Apple iBooks (with versions for the Amazon Kindle and other ebook formats coming soon). And yes, we're totally excited.
We're always in a hurry. Whether it's rushing to catch a plane or a meeting, eating right when time is short is a big challenge. So what can you take with you anywhere that doesn't melt or generally spoil, doesn't take up space, is good for you and most important, satisfying? We have one great suggestion: a small bag of raw, unsalted almonds.