Even when you relax the rules on holiday, remember that if you have been maintaining a healthy diet for the rest of the year, an infusion of pizzas and pints cam come as a bit of a shock to the system. So ease yourself in to those holiday treats.
1. Take snacks with you, the smaller the better. For example, quality protein bars, nuts, single serving meal replacement shakes, quality air dried beef or biltong. These are great for the plane or whenever you feel the urge to eat. Being prepared makes it less likely you will succumb to a burger or bag of crisps.
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3. For breakfast, order eggs. They can be served any way – apart from fried. If you’re lucky enough to be staying in a great hotel, an egg white omelette (no cheese) served with vegetables can really set you up for the day. Have a piece of fruit to follow or save to have on the move later. Try to avoid constant cappuccinos unless they are made with unsweetened almond milk, and even then keep it to two a day. Have a much green tea as you like, it’s really refreshing and full of antioxidants.
The more frequently you travel, the better organised you will become. If you are a frequent traveller and you want to keep a healthy diet/maintain your physique you will have to adopt this protocol.
4. Travelling by air the food is routinely of a poor standard in economy and not that healthy in business class. From 2017, short haul economy passengers on British Airways will be offered food from Marks & Spencer, but with sandwiches, crisps and Percy Pig sweets on the menu, it’s hardly a healthy option.
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