5 Weight Loss Tips For Travellers

Weight loss at home can be quite a challenge for many people. Doing so during your travel may be impossible. But if you are determined to lose weight and enjoy your travels try to follow the tips we have mentioned below. Because why should anything get between your determination to lose weight and enjoy life.

Take Advantage Of Hotel Gym

Don’t fret if you forgot to carry your gear, the are hotels which rent the workout gear such as footwear to apparel for a nominal fee. This program also can provide workout fitness equipment in your rooms. As working out is an obvious way to lose all the weight you may have gained by the delicious local food you have been busy gobbling down. It’s just a matter of not being lazy and using this opportunity to feel good about yourself.

Eat Local, Avoid Fast food Joints

Local dishes are prepared using fresh ingredients and are suitable for the climate. There are no preservatives involved. Food rules and regulations vary according to the country. In some countries, they are quite strict but in some countries lax and in some nonexistent.

By eating local you get to try various cuisines and also stay healthy.

Walk A Lot

Walking will enable you to see the real culture and the beauty of the land you are visiting. Plus this will keep your body in shape as well. This cardio workout will engage the heart and lungs for better cardio, and your metabolism is revved up for fat burning.   

Plan Your Meals

In daily life, if you are left hunger for longer periods of time, you may end up eating sugary and fat rich foods. Same can happen during your travels. The main cause for increasing fat during your trip would be the processed snacks like chips, candy, baked goods and chocolate bars. 

These foods may seem to satisfy your hunger but they also create more cravings for carbs and sugar foods. It is highly advisable if you carry healthy snacks such as high fiber granola bars, fruit, nuts, and seeds, or whole-wheat crackers and peanut butter, so you’re never without a healthy option.

Don’t Drink Your Calories

Pounding beers and cocktails every single night may seem innocent but is not good for health. This may be a difficult rule to follow but as you may know, alcohol contains a lot of calories.

Did you know that a standard glass of wine contains as many calories as a piece of chocolate? Snacks with alcohol add calories to already fattening alcohol.

Drinking five pints of lager a week adds up to 44,200kcal over a year, equivalent to eating 221 doughnuts. After a heavy drinking session is followed by a greasy and oily breakfast to cope with the hangover. If you alternate an alcoholic drink with water, it prevents you from getting dehydrated. Try not to drink empty stomach. Drinking in smaller sips will help your body to get ready for the accumulation of calories.

Avoiding drinking altogether in a foreign land will enhance your travel experience.

Have we missed anything? Do let us know your tips and rules for losing weight while traveling.

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