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Curtis Harwell and Kelli Richardson Discuss Eating Healthy While Traveling

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Start with Breakfast 

You may eat breakfast at a restaurant, a hotel continental breakfast bar, or even the food aisle of a gas station. Avoid excess sugar and starchy foods if you're the driver. High carbohydrate meals may improve your mood for a short time, but lots of sugar and starch can make you sleepy. 

Breakfast at a Restaurant

  • Choose an omelet filled with vegetables and order a side of whole wheat toast instead of a stack of pancakes and syrup.
  • A bowl of oatmeal with fresh fruit is filling and good for you.
  • If you want something sweet, choose a bran muffin, which is a good source of fiber. Or opt for whole grain toast with just a little jam or jelly.

Hotel Continental Breakfast

  • Choose a whole grain cereal with low-fat milk.
  • Fresh fruit gives you vitamins and fiber.
  • Yogurt or hard-boiled eggs are good sources of protein.
  • Avoid sugary muffins, sweet-rolls, and pre-sweetened cereal.