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Keto Travel Essentials

Keto Travel essentials aren’t as hard to find if you have a pantry stocked with keto products and kitchen equipment that helps to prepare your meals. However, maintaining a keto diet can become a challenge when you’re travelling. But with the right essentials and supplements, you can easily stick to your low-carb and high-fat diet whether you’re away on a work trip or have gone on a family vacation.

You are recommended to visit your nutritionist or dietary expert so they can guide you on what to pack and what to be mindful of. This article will provide you with some information you need to know with regards to some Keto Travel essentials before you leave for your trip.

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Low-Carb Travel Snacks

If you have a long plane or car ride ahead to reach your destination, it’s important to keep low-carb and high-fat snacks in your carry-on for when you get hungry especially on an aeroplane as food generally contains high carb contents.

Here’s a list of keto-friendly snacks:

  • Assorted nuts
  • Nut butter’s
  • Avocado
  • Vegetable sticks (cucumbers, carrots, peppers)
  • Cheese
  • 85% or higher dark chocolate
  • Beef jerky
  • Hard-boiled eggs
  • Keto supplements (as recommended by your dietary physician)

Click here to browse our collection of keto snacks that you can travel with.

 

Plan Ahead

If you’re planning on going on a trip and don’t want to stray away from your diet, it’s best if you do a bit of research beforehand and find out whether your hotel’s restaurants have keto options. You can also locate the different markets around the area you’re staying at to check which stores sell keto products. You can also browse for different restaurants and eateries that have low-carb options and keto-friendly food.

 

Fill Your Stomach Before You Leave

The most common mistake people make when travelling is leaving their house in a rush on an empty stomach. Try to prepare a filling meal with lots of protein and healthy fats that will keep your stomach full for the duration of your journey. This will also prevent starvation when you reach your destination, and it’ll keep you from munching on whatever you can get your hands on.

You may choose to travel during a fasting stage so remember that hydration is important. Handy to travel with some high-quality electrolytes such as these

Go for an Accommodation that Comes with a Kitchen

Your keto plans will be much easier to fulfil if you have a separate kitchen space at the place you’re staying. You can have more control over what you’re consuming if you prep your meals yourself. This will also help you cut down on your food expenses if you choose to prepare your meals instead of going to restaurants and cafes.

You can get a true feel of the place you’re visiting and get to experience different cultures by visiting the local market and purchasing native produce. Cooking with local ingredients will give you the true essence of the place you’re visiting.

 

Go for Low-Carb Alcohol

Of course, you’d want to have a drink or two at the local pub if you’re on vacation. Luckily there are several low-carb alcoholic beverage options that you can choose from that won’t wreck your carbs intake. You can opt for gin and soda, a low-carb mojito, or a glass of red or white wine. To know more about which drinks you can consume while you’re on the keto diet, check out our blog post on “The Best and Worst Drinks to Consume on a Keto Diet”.

Hydration is important when following a ketogenic diet

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