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How to Stay on Track With Your Diet During Busy Travel

Updated: Jul 14, 2023

Maintaining a healthy diet while traveling can be challenging, especially with a busy schedule. However, with a little planning and smart choices, you can stay on track and nourish your body even on the go. Here's a guide to help you stay healthy during your travels and a list of the top 50 healthy on-the-go travel snacks:

  1. Plan Ahead: Before you start your journey, research the food options available at your travel destinations. Look for restaurants or grocery stores that offer healthy choices.

  2. Pack Healthy Snacks: Prepare a stash of nutritious snacks that are easy to carry. This ensures you have healthy options whenever hunger strikes.

Top 50 Healthy On-the-Go Travel Snacks:

  1. Fresh fruit (apples, bananas, grapes)

  2. Cut vegetables (carrot sticks, cucumber slices)

  3. Greek yogurt cups

  4. Individual nut butter packets (almond, peanut)

  5. Nuts and seeds (almonds, cashews, sunflower seeds)

  6. Rice cakes

  7. Whole grain crackers

  8. Jerky (beef, turkey, or plant-based)

  9. Protein bars (look for ones with minimal added sugars)

  10. Baby carrots and hummus cups

  11. Trail mix (with dried fruits and nuts)

  12. Hard-boiled eggs

  13. Mini cheese wheels or cheese sticks

  14. Edamame pods

  15. Roasted chickpeas

  16. Popcorn (look for low-salt or air-popped varieties)

  17. Sliced turkey or chicken breast

  18. Seaweed snacks

  19. Mini protein shakes

  20. Dried fruit (apricots, mangoes, cranberries)

  21. Veggie chips

  22. Mini hummus cups

  23. Dark chocolate squares (70% cocoa or higher)

  24. Mini vegetable quiches or frittatas

  25. Cottage cheese cups

  26. Veggie sushi rolls

  27. Energy balls (made with nuts and dried fruits)

  28. Whole grain cereal cups

  29. Roasted pumpkin seeds

  30. Sealed packs of olives

  31. Turkey or beef jerky sticks

  32. Granola bars (look for ones with whole grains and limited added sugars)

  33. Whole grain pretzels

  34. Mini whole grain muffins

  35. Mini guacamole cups

  36. Whole grain tortilla chips with salsa cups

  37. Sealed packs of roasted almonds

  38. Coconut water

  39. Mini cans of tuna

  40. Mini whole grain bagels with cream cheese cups

  41. Apple slices with individual caramel dip

  42. Frozen grapes

  43. Mini quinoa cups

  44. Veggie or turkey meatballs

  45. Mini whole grain pita bread with individual hummus packs

  46. Kale chips

  47. Sealed packs of roasted cashews

  48. Mini cups of low-fat cottage cheese with fruit toppings

  49. Fruit and nut bars (without added sugars)

  50. Roasted beet chips

Remember to stay hydrated by carrying a reusable water bottle and filling it up whenever possible. Incorporate these healthy snacks into your travel routine to keep your energy levels up and maintain a balanced diet. Safe travels!

What's the hardest part of dieting for you?

  • Staying on a diet while traveling.

  • Being and staying active.

  • Being a parent.

  • Finding time in a day to focus on myself.

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