Emergency Travel Food

• Perfect Food Raw Packets
• Garden of Life Raw Protein
• Vibrant Health packets
• Growing Naturals Brown Rice protein packets
• Nordic Naturals Omega 3 Effervescent
• Macro Life: Miracle Reds, Macro Greens
• You Bars, Raw bars, Luna bars (non-coated), Omega Nutrition Bars
• Raw nuts and seeds
• Apples
• Hard boiled eggs
• Cut up raw veggies

Once you’ve arrived at your hotel destination, you can request support. I often like to have a refrigerator in my room. This way, I can have fresh veggie juices (if available), and fresh produce. I like to find the nearest Whole Foods, farmer’s market, or healthy grocery store so that I can stock up on healthy choices as I do not have time between clients and meetings. Pressed Juicery, mainly on the west coast, has pre-made juices with a slightly longer life span (up to 3 days). On the east coast, Juice Press is great. I also like to stock up on plenty of water.

Most hotels have good breakfast options or at least viable options, even in the South. Start your day with a good meal or make an emergency protein shake before heading out. I have found the best breakfast choices are in Europe, Mexico, and Southeast Asia. My favorite breakfast options are in Switzerland, France, Italy, Israel, and Holland. Mexico has plenty of fresh fruit, eggs, salsa, avocado, and corn tortillas. Southeast Asia has coconut, fruit, and dinner meals that are often used as breakfast.

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