Healthy Winter Snacks for the Road
Staying healthy on the road can seem impossible. Fast food chains and gas station snacks taunt travelers at every stop. However, eating right while traveling in your RV isn’t impossible, and it can even be easy if you prepare your RV correctly. Keep these tasty and healthy snacks on hand at all times to live a healthier and more energized life on the road.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
One of the biggest perks of RV travel is that you have your kitchen within reach at all times. You’re not forced to eat every meal or snack at a restaurant, because you have your refrigerator, a cutting board and other kitchen accessories nearby. Keeping your RV stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables from farmers’ markets along your travels will encourage you to make healthier snacking decisions and even help the farmers along your journey.
Granola can be a delicious and healthy treat, but it can also be messy to eat while on the road. Enjoy the health benefits of granola without the mess by separating your snack into small Tupperware containers. This will keep your portions controlled and messes at bay.
Stock Up on Energy Bars
Keep a selection of energy bars in your RV (or glove compartment) at all times. However, it’s important to choose energy bars that are not ultra high in calories, low in fiber and loaded with sugar. Choose bars that offer at least 7 grams of protein, 5 grams of fiber and less than 170 calories per bar to ensure that you’re curbing hunger the correct way.
Load the Fridge with Yogurt
Low-fat yogurt can be a sweet alternative to candy bars, ice cream and other unhealthy gas station treats. If you have a sweet tooth, a simple, roughly 150-calorie yogurt can be the difference between consuming too many calories on the road.
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