S’mores. Sodas. Hot dogs. Potato chips. Although these tasty snacks are trademarks of camping, don’t let them be the pitfall of reaching your goals. Here are some tips to stay on top of your healthy eating regime while camping.
Here’s the most important part. Before heading to the grocery store, check out this article on tips for healthy grocery shopping. The key is to eliminate the option to cheat on your diet, so preparation is everything.
Instead of packing high-sugar cereals and pastries for breakfast, try oats and berries or cook up some egg white omelets over the fire. For dinner, swap the hot dogs and hamburgers for lean turkey burgers, and pack some fish or lean white meats to have on a salad or with a side of roasted veggies.
Rather than packing juice boxes or sodas out of convenience, skip all that sugar and bring a jug of water.
Make sure to keep active while you’re in the great outdoors. You can hike, swim or canoe. And don’t forget to take your daily dose of Hydroxycut®!
Rather than overloading on salty treats, snack on some veggies. Things like carrots are very snackable and are high in fiber to keep your stomach full and satisfied. A fruit or veggie bowl will keep you busy to help you resist dipping your hands in the chip bag.