One of the biggest sticking points I hear from people who start eating more raw food is… what about when you travel? How can you eat raw when you’re on the road, in the air, or sailing on the ocean? Or worse, what if you manage to eat decent food but come home feeling deprived from turning down so many new food opportunities that you just eat your heart out and feel horrible.
Well my friend and colleague Andy Hayes and I are putting together a special virtual get-together for you to get your travel and food questions answered. It’s called the Healthy Travel Lifestyle Happy Hour, where you get to hang out with us for an hour and get your healthy travel questions answered.
Does Your Frequent (or Aspiring) Travel Stop You From Trying More Raw Food?
If you’ve been dabbling with raw food, or are intrigued by the idea of it, but haven’t given it a real go because of your travel schedule… then this is for you. I truly believe that you can do anything if you want it badly enough. If you want the kind of health, energy, and vitality that eating more fresh food can bring then your travel plans shouldn’t stop you.
I’ve traveled across Europe to Italy, Spain, France, England, Ireland, and Belgium. I’ve spent four months traveling in South East Asia spending months at a time in China, visiting countries like South Korea, Singapore, and Hong Kong. I maintained a healthy travel lifestyle throughout, and because of that I didn’t succumb to any travel related health setbacks. I can show you how I did it. And I know Andy travels even more extensively and has lots of tricks up his sleeves to share!
Don’t Let Your Healthy Habits Fall to the Wayside When You Travel
Another trend I’ve noticed is that people can eat well when they’re at home, but as soon as they’re away it’s like a food free for all. All the things that are considered no-no’s at home turn into “oh, we’re on vacation, who cares” items that add up and make you feel gross at the end of your time away.
One thing to keep in mind with this one is that I’m not against trying new foods and experiencing new cultures. I really think it’s about finding the balance between having that second piece of cake, and eating nothing but carrots.
If this is a topic that really stumps you and you want to know more, join me and Andy for the Healthy Travel Lifestyle Happy Hour on December 7th, 5pm EST / 2pm PST.
Get all the details here: Join us for the Healthy Travel Lifestyle Happy Hour!