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Staying Healthy on the Go: Tips for Maintaining an Animal-Based Diet While Traveling

written by

Sara English

posted on

December 23, 2023


PLEASE NOTE: The information in this blog is for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Consult your healthcare provider if you’re seeking medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment.

We understand the challenges of maintaining a healthy animal-based diet while traveling or visiting family. It may seem daunting, but it's definitely possible! Today, we're sharing some tips and strategies to keep you feeling your best no matter where you are.

Things to Keep in Mind While Traveling

Remember, perfection is not the goal. It's all about balance and making the best choices available to you. Even if the food options aren't always ideal (like non-organic or grain-fed), you can still make nutritious choices that energize and satisfy you. Try to avoid processed foods, artificial sweeteners, and seed oils.

Whenever possible, choose accommodations with a kitchen. Having access to a fridge, freezer, and stove means you can continue to prepare your own meals. Many rental properties and even some hotel chains offer rooms with kitchen facilities.

Upon arrival, head to the local grocery store and stock up on your favorite animal-based foods. Even if you can't cook every meal, having a fridge or freezer filled with healthy options will make it easier to stick to your diet.

And don't be afraid to get creative! Some people bring a portable oven or camp stove or toaster oven to cook their own meals. You can also prepare meals before your trip and freeze to reheat when you arrive.

And a good travel cooler and thermos is your best friend while traveling with prepared foods, it is worth the investment!

Animal-Based Foods to Travel With

Here are some convenient, travel-friendly foods to consider:

  1. Beef Jerky & Beef Sticks
  2. Precooked & Pre Sliced Meat
  3. Cheese
  4. Yogurt
  5. Hard Boiled Eggs
  6. High-Quality Water
  7. Organ Supplements
  8. Raw Honey
  9. Fresh or Dried Fruit (fruits are a welcome addition to animal based diets)
  10. Soup & precooked hot meals in a Thermos

Bonus: And because sometimes we just need a treat, our homemade granola is a delicious treat that travels well too!

Remember, maintaining your health goals while traveling is absolutely doable. Plus, bringing your own food can spark interesting conversations with family and friends about your dietary choices and their impact on your health and the environment.

Don't forget to share where you source your farm fresh food from, Triple E Farm! When you share your referral code with friends or family, both of you get $10 off your next order. It's a win-win situation for everyone.

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Here's wishing you happy holidays and safe travels!

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