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Tips for On-The-Go Healthy Living

Tips for On-The-Go Healthy LivingHere are 5 tips to help you maintain your healthy lifestyle when you to-do list is oh so long!

1. Stock your car Leave water bottles in the car and healthy snacks like nuts and protein bars. Or if you leave a cooler bag in your car, when necessary, you’ll be able to add more options. This way you won’t be able to skip meals!

2. Pack your gym bag the night before After a long day at work, going to the gym seems like the last thing on your list you feel like doing, especially when you have to stop at home and see your couch and laundry sitting there. Leave your gym pack in your car so you are ready to go!

3. Know your fast food alternatives Become aware of what is healthy at fast food joints and what isn’t. There is always a better fast food place to go too. Instead of going to McDonalds try going to Pita Pit!

4. Stay Hydrated Drinking a lot of water will help your cravings and will make you feel full for longer periods of time. This will prevent eating just because you’re bored!

5. Pack your lunch Pack your lunch the night before so you won’t have any excuse that you didn’t have time to make it in the morning and now you have to purchase something unhealthy at the cafeteria!


Posted Monday, July 21, 2014


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