When you are traveling, you need nutrition tips for fat loss. But it’s not easy to lose fuel on the road. Luckily, these 3 underrated but highly effective diet secrets can help you get lean and stay lean on the go.
The secret is to follow this #1 nutrition tip:
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1 – Be responsible.
By promising you that I am going to record my every meal, I have to make the right choices or I will suffer embarrassment in front of thousands of people when I post my food diary from the trip.
So you need to find someone who can be accountable as well. It could be online, or it could be a friend at work or someone at the gym. All that matters is that you have someone to hold you accountable for your nutritional choices!
By the way, simply keeping a food journal has been proven to increase weight loss. So even if you don’t show it to anyone, holding yourself accountable will be enough to help your beat the fat loss plateau.
The following tip works really well for the final stages of dieting, or while on a business trip.
2 – Eat the same food daily (occasionally).
Okay, I know, this doesn’t sound like fun, but a friend of mine, a world-renowned New York City trainer, uses this when he needs to lose the last 5-10 pounds of oils for photography.
And you can get super-lean by doing this.
Of course, this isn’t a long-term plan, but if you need to get “outstanding results”, you need to take advanced measures.
So when you travel to a business seminar, get the right choice for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and eat the same thing at every meal. That will reduce damage – or even help you reduce fuel on the road.
Or if you are in the final stages of a fat loss program, stick to the foods that are best for your fat loss and easy to prepare Also read about affiliate marketing.
You can catch yourself when the job is done.
3 – Increase your fiber intake.
I stole this idea from another friend, a nutritionist, who provided some
amazing tips on how to eat more fiber.
Fiber fills you up, helps you consume fewer calories, and may even help you eliminate extra bad calories.
Now here are a few ways you can get more fiber in your diet:
- Mix in raw nuts with your smoothies & protein drinks
- Add veggies to your omelet (I add broccoli, spinach, & mushrooms)
- Eat fruit between meals instead of high-calorie granola bars
- Snack on raw nuts instead of white flour products like pretzels
(I had a pretzel addiction in high school, and now I eat almonds)
Those are simple and poorly quantified, yet proven ways to improve your nutrition and lose more fat at home and while on the go.
When I travel, I start my day with a high-fiber, high-nutrient blender drink, then eat some fruit and eat a big omelet with vegetables before heading to the airport after lunch. And then I stay on track so I can tell you all about my diet, workouts, and adventures when I get back.