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10/4/13 2:18 P

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Depending on where you're going, I find a lot of mini-marts, Sheetz, Quick Chek, Wawa, have healthy options to eat. They have fresh fruit and veggies, yogurts, hardboiled eggs and a good selection to choose from.

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10/4/13 11:53 A

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I too am planning a trip, take off today after work. I packed the usual veggies/fruit but also popcorn, string cheese, Special K snack bars. The snack bars are my salvation...I can take one bite and it ties me over, or takes my mind off hunger pains tell I can eat a meal.

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10/4/13 7:22 A

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I always stop at a grocery or market and pick up fresh fruit and veggies. Most Marshall's have nuts and dried fruits at the registers. Planning is really important for eating well even when traveling.

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10/3/13 10:07 A

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If you have a cooler you can also pack hummus, cut up veggies (carrots, celery, cherry tomatoes), the fruit is a good suggestion too. Or make your own trail mix!



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10/2/13 8:37 P

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Well,this is definitely possible. Oranges, apples, and bananas are portable and don't require extra packaging. Are you bringing a cooler? Then you can pack some yogurt cups. (Personally I love Greek style. Thicker and higher in protein.) Before you go, do you have time to package things like nuts into snack bags?



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10/2/13 5:03 P

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I have to take a road trip with my family, and I was wondering if anyone had any tips on how to maintain my weight on the road. I find it hard to find healthy options while traveling, especially around snack time.



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