Friday, May 25, 2018
Stay connected with us

Home > Physical Wellness

5 Healthy Snacks To Have While Traveling

Update Date: Nov 26, 2014 09:51 AM EST

If you are more inclined towards convenience store staples like chips, soda and candy while traveling, then you must know that these are only little more than empty calories. All it takes is a little planning before and you can have a healthy journey ahead. 

Here are some interesting travel snack which you can munch on to keep your travel snacking light and healthy. 

Bite-sized dry fruits

Dried fruits are some of the healthiest alternatives to refined sugar, which also adequately satisfies a craving for sweets. You can pep up boring snacking options with loads of dried fruits like prunes, apricots and dates. Having dried fruits while traveling also suffices the need of vitamins and nutrients. 

Trail mix

Trail mix is an easy-to-make snacking option. It can be stored easily in an air-tight container, while on the move. You can mix raw nuts, seeds and dried cranberries for a basic trail mix. A glint of sweetness can be added with dark chocolate chips. 

Pack pre-prepped veggies

Raw, pre-washed and prepped vegetables are snacks you can always feel good about. Some of the common options may include cherry tomatoes, snack-sized or baby carrots, celery sticks and snap peas. However, you can have your favorite vegetable as well if you slice them and store in an insulated cooler. 

Yogurt with Granola bars

You can make a sweet and crunchy snack by crumbling granola bars into a yogurt cup. For the sake of portability, you can travel with pre-packaged bars and yogurt cups to combine together the goodness of both. 

Apple juice

Apple juice is packed with Vitamin C, fiber and anti-oxidants. It is both healthy and delicious and keeps your energy level up while traveling. 

See Now: What Republicans Don't Want You To Know About Obamacare

Get the Most Popular Stories in a Weekly Newsletter
© 2017 Counsel & Heal All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

Join the Conversation