The Wellness-Based Travel Guide

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Seeing the world is a wonderful, beautiful, unique experience. From trying new foods to sightseeing, traveling is an adventure meant to be enjoyed. Regardless of if you’re just visiting family across the country or taking a vacation across the world, it’s vital to take care of your mind, body, and soul throughout the entire experience. Taking care of yourself while on the go should be simple but pleasant, so consider these wellness tips for your next adventure.

Healthy Snacks

Staying fueled throughout your travel is crucial! If you aren’t well-nourished, you won’t have the ability to enjoy each day to its fullest.

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Nuts & Seeds

Nuts and seeds are a great way to fight cravings while staying well-nourished. Almonds are good for your brain & heart, they regulate cholesterol & blood pressure, and boost energy. Walnuts are good for your digestive system, brain health, and metabolism. Sunflower seeds assist nerves (great for travel anxiety), aid heart health, and boost your energy. Finally, pumpkin seeds are heart-healthy, anti-inflammatory, and sleep-promoting.

Protein Bars

Eating while traveling, especially at airports, can be difficult and expensive. Protein bars are perfect for fueling your body and staying full for hours. Give yourself a treat with a good-for-you protein cookie, like the Lenny & Larry White Chocolaty Razzberry or OLLY Birthday Cupcake. If a traditional protein bar is more your style, reach for the KIND Double Dark Chocolate Nut protein bar. Any of these options will give you a tasty, sweet treat while giving you the energy you need.

Caffeinated Bars

Sometimes, a cup of coffee isn’t someone’s taste, or a quick snack still can’t provide enough energy. Verb Energy bars are gluten-free and vegan, providing as much caffeine as a shot of espresso. Verb uses organic green tea caffeine, so you’ll feel alert and calm, not jittery. Similarly, Sakara Energy Bars use organic raw dark cacao powder & nibs, organic raw hemp protein, and Vitamin B12 & L-Theanine to provide your body with the perfect pick-me-up.

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Packs Vitamins (that you’ll actually take)

Stay on top of your health with your usual vitamins, but be conscious of what you pack. At home, it’s easier to take your vitamins, since it’s part of a daily routine. When traveling, though, your routine changes. Only pack the essentials, and make taking your vitamins something you can be excited about!

Vitamin C

Boost your immune system and give your body the nutrients it needs with vitamin C. Vitamin C meets total vacation vibes with the Emergen-C Coconut/Pineapple Drink Mix.

Vitamin D

Your daily dose of sunshine, Vitamin D supports your immune system and eases travel anxiety. Olly Hello Sunshine gives you the D3 your body needs, paired with a sweet lemon flavor.


Simply put, B12 gives you much needed energy after that long flight or car ride, so stock up!


This beauty bonus will keep your skin from suffering too much after your flight. The Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides is unflavored, so add it to whatever beverage you prefer.

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Stay Hydrated

Yes, this is one of the most basic pieces of advice, but with good reason. Staying hydrated is crucial when traveling, and we often brush it off. Make sure you stay hydrated by packing a stylish, reusable water bottle. If your bottle is more aesthetically pleasing and matches your style, you’re way more likely to stay hydrated! Also consider additions to your water, like the HUM Nutrition Collagen POP + Vitamin C Dissolvable Tablets to make you more excited to drink water consistently.

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Get Settled

Before you get settled for bed, do a few kind things for yourself. If where you’re staying has a bathtub, take a relaxing bath with CBD bath salts while doing a detoxing & hydrating face mask to prevent the dreaded post-flight breakout. Pack your favorite pair of pajamas and night essentials, including a calming tea.

Traveling should be enjoyed to its fullest, so use these simple wellness tips to be the best you your whole trip!

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