It is rare that you will ever hear the term, “post-vacation syndrome” which will technically mean needing a vacation from a vacation. Factors will probably involve sunburned skin, sleeplessness, chlorine-damaged hair, and those extra pounds.
Going on vacation is mainly about indulging yourself and not passing up on those delicious delicacies – whether frozen, baked, or fried. Occasional treats are fine, but they can turn into treat after treat, and then more treats. When we eat for health, we consume foods that are good for us, even while on vacation. At the end of the day, it is real food that gives us energy, provides proper functioning of our bodies, and helps to protect our skin while out in the sun.
There is something exciting about leaving the confines of a hotel or condo where we can cook and store food items and opting for local cuisine foods that are slathered in grease. Listed below are a few tips to follow while on vacation without the risk of falling into a gluten-induced hangover.
Carry Healthy Snacks With You
Whether you are on a flight or taking a car ride to your destination, having an assortment of healthy, non-perishable snacks can make a difference between a fresh alternative and processed foods. Having snacks on hand can save a lot of time and money. Here are a few examples.