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Fish, meat or chicken: what to eat while traveling?
On a trip, it is difficult to adhere to the principles of proper nutrition: constant snacks, unfamiliar shops and cafes. It is more convenient to plan meals and prepare meals in advance if you have an established daily routine. We'll try to help you minimize your food worries while on the road.
A few simple rules can help relieve stress.
● Plan ahead.
● No food can harm you if you eat it once. It could be anything.
● Don't worry if the whole day goes awry, but start the next one with oatmeal and a glass of water.
It's important to consider not only the exact flight time, but everything time intervals before and after it. If in the first half of the journey you can count on home-cooked food, then you have to rely on the menu of cafes and restaurants. Be prepared for the fact that your usual diet may be disrupted. Eat before leaving the house first. This food should satisfy you, but be careful not to feel discomfort along the way. Your goal is to make the most of your day and not waste energy looking for food.
Take at least one meal with you. For example, a sandwich or a boiled egg with vegetables. Next, you have to act depending on the situation. Some airlines allow you to take food on the plane, while others provide the opportunity to choose a menu: dietary, vegetarian or children's. Visit your airline's website before your flight and check out the food on offer. There are also services that deliver food virtually on board.
Most importantly, do not endure too long if the right food is not nearby. You need energy, so any food that can provide it is right. A few important details.
● Respect serving size. Try not to overeat.
● Choose a dish with the most vegetables.
● Remember that sauces contain the most wasteful calories.
● Give preference to a more satisfying dish. This is important if you have a lot of time on the road.
● Drink more water. Airplanes usually have dry air, so it is easy to unnoticeably lose a lot of fluid. Make sure your body doesn't require water in the first place. We often tend to confuse hunger and thirst.
By car or train
If you are traveling by car or train, the task becomes somewhat easier: you can take the necessary food with you in containers. Take products that do not spoil for a long time. For example, hard boiled eggs, chicken breast, chopped vegetables, lentils, or whole grain bread and cheese sandwiches.
Have a plan of action, but be prepared for any situation. It's important to enjoy your trip and not dwell on healthy foods.