Who the hell wants to bring their food with them when they're traveling? I sure don't.
Even when I did it, I hated every minute of it.
You might get the 'most hardcore award' by instagram gurus, if that's what you're looking for.
But eventually you have to be able to live your life. You have to be able to have a lunch with a friend or a dinner with a client while staying on track.
You have to be able to travel out of town and continue making progress - losing weight or building muscle - without making your life more stressful by bringing your own meals.
That's what I consider balance. Staying on course while living your life.
Here's some tips to achieve that balance on a trip:
1. Stick to whole foods when possible.
2. Stop eating before you're full.
3. Rely on protein shakes.
4. Walk! At least 10k steps per day if possible.
5. Only order water
The goal is to prioritize protein to help with muscle recovery, satiety, and metabolism. To reduce calories by eating whole foods and paying attention to hunger signals. To stay active to burn off more calories, and stay hydrated while eliminating any liquid calories.
And don't forget to take your Greens Factor everyday.
It'll help calm any stomach problems before they start, and keep you more regular.
Because if your stomach isn't feeling good, it will throw everything off.
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