Life gets so busy, and the temptation to pick up fast food while you’re working or on the run is appealing. Snacking can also help you get needed nutrients into your daily menu. You may not be able to get your favorite fruit juice, or can of coconut water, past airplane security, but chips, sandwiches, fruits, crackers, salads, protein bars, and just about anything non-liquid are absolutely fair game to pack in your carry on. Keep in mind that though you may want to keep snacks around regularly, mindlessly snacking is not the direction to go. I read once how the average american eats one pound of pesticides per year. In addition, collapsable water bottles are great for travel too, since they take up no room when empty and can be refilled after you get through security. Focus on texture.
Not only does sugar push your blood results too high and make you feel drowsy, but it leaves you feeling hungry again when the rush subsides. When lunchtime comes, Templeman eats a healthy meal