13 Smart Ways To Stay Healthy On A Road Trip
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Fill a cooler with ice or cool packs and load it with plenty of nutritious, easy-to-eat snacks like low-sugar yogurt cups (choose plain or Greek to avoid mega-doses of sugar), string cheese, fresh fruit, homemade granola bars , cut-up veggies and hummus, healthy trail mix, unsalted nuts, dried seaweed snacks or preservative-free meat jerky . 2.Choose water. Bring a few reusable ( BPA-free ) water bottles and fill ’em up at every rest stop. If overnight lodgings include a freezer, chill bottles while you sleep for ice-cold H20 all day long. Avoid soda and creamy, sweet coffee drinks, which pack unnecessary sugar and fat. 3.Stretch your legs (and shoulders and neck). Stop frequently (at least a few times a day) to get out of the car, move around and do a few stretches. The hip flexors , lower back , shoulders and neck are most likely to tense up after a few hours at the wheel.
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