Driving and eating tend to go hand in hand. I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s out of boredom or simply because you haven’t sat down for a real meal in a while. Regardless, all those salty, sugary, fat laden roadster snacks can add up to extra inches on the waist and padding where you sit. Here are some tips to help you be a healthy traveler.??
Convenience is everything! Pack a small cutting board and a few quality knives. Keep some plastic grocery bags on hand to easily dispose of the waste. Zip top bags can keep your veggie strips, and fresh fruit handy. Small plastic containers hold grapes, low fat cheese cubes, and cherry tomatoes. Having these on hand while driving can help keep the munchies away without adding extra calories.??Research Campgrounds, Plan RV Safe Routes & Turn your phone into an RV GPS.
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