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10 Healthy Holiday Travel Tips. by Glennis Coursey. December 10, 2016. 2 Comments. Share it: With loved ones and tasty, once-a-year recipes around, the holidays are a great time to splurge—especially if you plan ahead and work those treats into your healthy eating and fitness routine. 10 Healthy Holiday Travel Tips. by Glennis Coursey.

December 23, 2015. No Comments. Share it: With loved ones and tasty, once-a-year recipes around, the holidays are a great time to splurge—especially if you plan ahead and work those treats into your healthy eating and fitness routine. 10 Travel Tips for a Healthy Holiday Weekend Packing a blender is not as crazy as it sounds.

By Kristy Rao • 09/02/16 7:30am. First and foremost, get some exercise. Modify dishes to be healthy.

The holidays should be a time of joy, but I know many people (myself included sometimes) can get overwhelmed by the stress holidays bring—the travel, commitments, and simply being out of your normal routine. For others who are trying to eat healthy, lose weight, or maintain their prior weight loss, there’s an added dose of stress (holiday. 4 Tips for Staying Mentally Healthy During the Holidays 1. Know your Holiday Stress Points.

We’ve all been there. A certain family member puts you on edge. You take on too 2. Meditate.

As you’ve undoubtedly experienced, holidays are a time of added stress. Taking time for a short meditation 3. 10 Healthy Holiday Tips 1. Carefully Indulge. I am not going to tell you to not eat your favorite Christmas things.

I think you should! When you do indulge carefully pick your favorites and actually take the time to savor and really enjoy the few. 10 Tips: Make Healthier Holiday Choices Create MyPlate makeovers Makeover your favorite holiday dishes.

Use My Recipe on SuperTracker to improve holiday recipes Enjoy all the food groups at your celebration Prepare whole-grain crackers with hummus as an appetizer; add unsalted Make sure your. 10 Tips for Staying Healthy During the Holiday Season At your fingertips|Keep healthy food within reach – pack veggies, fruit, or convenient lean protein like StarKist Tuna, Fix it ahead|Plan your weekly meals ahead of time to help keep most days and nights on. Think ahead and plan accordingly. Leave extra time before flights to deal with security, extra time between connections and, for road trips, pack tire chains for snowy conditions, flashlights, and of course, a few bandages never hurt either. 10: Inhale.

Exhale. Here are 10 tips from Allie Wergin, registered dietitian nutritionist at Mayo Clinic Health System, to help you have a healthier holiday: Don’t skip meals. Skipping a meal with the goal of saving calories prior to a holiday event can often backfire and lead Contribute a healthy dish.

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List of related literature:

Advise travelers to self-evaluate before leaving home to ensure they are healthy enough for their itinerary, and to self-monitor for illness during their trip.

“CDC Yellow Book 2020: Health Information for International Travel” by CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION. (CDC), Gary W. Brunette
from CDC Yellow Book 2020: Health Information for International Travel
OXFORD University Press, 2019

• Advice regarding food and water precautions to avoid travellers’ diarrhoea.

“Inflammatory Bowel Disease Nursing Manual” by Andreas Sturm, Lydia White
from Inflammatory Bowel Disease Nursing Manual
by Andreas Sturm, Lydia White
Springer International Publishing, 2019

Top Ten Tips for Travelers 1.

“Americans Traveling Abroad: What You Should Know Before You Go” by Gladson I. Nwanna
from Americans Traveling Abroad: What You Should Know Before You Go
by Gladson I. Nwanna
Frontline Publishers, 2004

Travel hints for malaria prophylaxis • Visit health care provider 4 to 6 weeks before foreign

“Transcultural Nursing E-Book: Assessment and Intervention” by Joyce Newman Giger, Linda Haddad
from Transcultural Nursing E-Book: Assessment and Intervention
by Joyce Newman Giger, Linda Haddad
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

Moulin’s advice on how to avoid traveller’s diarrhea is fairly standard: do not drink the water, and avoid raw foods and shellfish.

“Ladies and Gents: Public Toilets and Gender” by Olga Gershenson, Barbara Penner
from Ladies and Gents: Public Toilets and Gender
by Olga Gershenson, Barbara Penner
Temple University Press, 2009

Travel to these countries requires specific preparation to avoid illness, and general health advice should be sought before international travel.

“Current Clinical Medicine E-Book: Expert Consult Online” by Cleveland Clinic
from Current Clinical Medicine E-Book: Expert Consult Online
by Cleveland Clinic
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

In addition, shopping recommendations and vacation tips such as tropical vaccination regulations are provided.

“Customer Loyalty Programmes and Clubs” by Stephan A. Butscher
from Customer Loyalty Programmes and Clubs
by Stephan A. Butscher
Gower, 2002

DON’T drink tap water or eat raw foods when traveling abroad.

“Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2020 E-Book: 5 Books in 1” by Fred F. Ferri
from Ferri’s Clinical Advisor 2020 E-Book: 5 Books in 1
by Fred F. Ferri
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

These guidelines are also very useful for families when on holiday.

“Clinical Paediatric Dietetics” by Vanessa Shaw, Margaret Lawson
from Clinical Paediatric Dietetics
by Vanessa Shaw, Margaret Lawson
Wiley, 2013

Except and services is in Turkey’s favour, there is for hospitality and plenty to do and see, the one significant complaint, the need to listed attributes vary between Turkey and improve air-conditioning services, including Mallorca.

“Consumer Psychology of Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure” by Geoffrey Ian Crouch, R. R. Perdue, H. J. P. Immermans, M. Uysal
from Consumer Psychology of Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure
by Geoffrey Ian Crouch, R. R. Perdue, et. al.
CABI, 2004

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  • I watch these vids to hype myself up about travelling so I will watch these vids alllllll night and the watch some more on the plane

  • ahh omg you are such and underrated youtuber. i love how you can see how much effort you put into your editing while others get famous for screen recording. anyway i absolutely loved this vlog, excited for more ��

  • I had to fly back to the US for a family emergency in 2010 in December. I also found it cheaper to fly back to the UK on the 24th! It was great. My flight was empty and so was Heathrow when I landed. The only downside was no public transportation!

  • I haven’t heard of Digestive Enzymes. Being an IBS sufferer, I’ll look into this further and see where I can obtain it. Thanks from Australia����

  • Thank you for posting this video! I am on a trip now and I always feel like I bring too much and yet don’t have what I need. Definitely will be rewatching this video again once I get home to see what I missed! I have been looking for a digestive enzyme and will definitely check out the one you mentioned! Such a great way to do a travel video—tips all geared in one category!��✈️ Hope that you have a safe and fun trip! When I was in Ireland this past summer they had lots of allergy options, which was great! Hope that Scotland has this as well.

  • Nothing like being told what everyone already knows by two gays who are the jerks that take up all the room in the overhead…..airlines should make them check backpacks that big……can’t afford to check the huge backpacks? Stay in San Francisco!

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  • Travel over holidays that do not occur in every country. For example, In Australia no one travels around Thanksgiving because it doesn’t exist. So it would get a great opportunity to travel to see Australia just before the heat wave of summer hits. A lot less touristy than Gatlinburg or Opry Resorts. Totally agree with being in the airport on Christmas day. I have flown home three time on New Years Eve cue music I am getting drunk on a plane.

  • I do not know English. I use Google translate. so curious about your country, I couldn’t go that far. Video is awesome. My videos are tours in Vietnam. have you been to Vietnam yet?

  • If you’re a U.S. citizen flying internationally to get home for the holidays, download Mobile Pass to get through customs quickly! It’s free and the line is always so short!

  • What i watch when i am NOT travelling: collins key 123 go tik toks

    What i watch when i am travelling: pack with me what to wear at an airplane ✈️ or how to sleep on an airplane.������

  • Longtime subscriber here—love you guys and your videos—BUT…I hate to see that you’ve given in to the trend of talking away from the camera. Alex has a very handsome profile, but I don’t want to see it while he’s talking to me. It’s way more charming and personal when you guys just look into the camera and talk to your viewers as if we were your friends. Just saying.

  • Good tips! I’m about to travel to Asia in just a few days!… and am returning home to the US on Christmas day!.. because of the time zones, I’ll be starting off celebrating Christmas while in Singapore, and when I hop off here in the US, it will be Christmas morning, once again!

  • I flew the day after thanksgiving (kind of an odd time) this past weekend and key for me: bring extra snacks! My flight was delayed and I’m glad I didn’t have to rely on airport food that wasn’t appealing.

  • The best thing to do is to QUACK as loud as you can, and that will solve all of your travel holiday problems. People will feel sorry because you are a duck.

  • Use wet wipes to wipe down your area on the plane. Staff rarely clean surfaces. Don’t cough into your hands, cough into the pit of your elbow.

  • I’m so glad to be done with school so I don’t have to travel during the holidays! October travel? How about March? I can go whenever I want now!!

  • These are some great ideas!! Although I don’t travel during the winter season anymore lol. One of the many perks about living in California…

  • Excellent tips! Flying on XMAS day is awesome empty airports and often near empty planes too. I always carry light with my Osprey Farpoint 40, which has plenty of room. The basics I always pack in my carry-on for every flight:

    1) Toothbrush/toothpaste
    2) Any medications/aspirin/etc.
    3) A quick change of clothes just in case (shirt, underwear, socks, etc.)
    4) Inflatable travel pillow
    5) Small bottle of liquid soap, alcohol gel, wet wipes
    6) Travel towel

  • I’ve missed you, guys! Are you still doing YouTube Red or whatever their paid service is called now? I don’t think we have it where I am but if we did and you posted there, I’d gladly pay just to watch your videos! Happy Holidays! Hope your mom is doing better!

  • I’ve missed you guys! Glad you are back. Thanks for a great vid! I booked my next trip thinking just like you. So I’m off Jan 1:st. Would not have minded flying on Dec 31:st but there was no flight then. Keep Up The Great Work!

  • It’s crazy that last year on 25th December I was traveling and this year I am traveling too, your video will help me guys, thank you. And happy early holidays ��

  • My tip for travel and to manage travel-related stress is noise cancelling headphones. Being able to just put my headphones on, put on some music that relaxes me, and drown out the noise and cacophony (works great if there are crying babies on airplanes) helps me manage stress while traveling. Also works great if I can’t sleep in a hotel or hostel because of all the noise inside and out of the building.

  • Purchased a Skyroam Solis earlier this year and have had no issues using it in Germany, Portugal, and all around the US. The device and a one year subscription cost around $180 I think

  • Am I the only one who binge watches EVERY SINGLE “pack with me” or “fly with me” video out there because I’m going on vacation soon? ��

  • Is there any way of avoiding being humiliating in customs? You stand being bellowed at by a customs official while trying to make sure your valeables are safe as they go through. I shudder at the meer mention of customs

  • Going to Quebec in december����can’t wait for the cold & snow… but I def don’t do layovers in Canada during the winter, only direct flights… allons-y!

  • Is it me, or the Vagabrothers just prophecied that COVID-19 is just around the corner! WASH YOUR HANDS �� Great content as always! #vagabond

  • My T-Mobile phone already does WiFi calling (GSM tunnel over WiFi) and my plan offers unlimited cellular data when I’m away from WiFi. It may be throttled to 2G but it’s a lifeline when you’re trying to find your way via google maps.

    I also always carry a stand alone GPS (Garmin) which doesn’t need a data connection to get map data (but it still can get FM real-time traffic data). Newer models can use your phone’s data connection via Bluetooth to get traffic and other data. Very handy in a rental car where there’s no cell service.

  • Megan here is a tip to avoid jet lag from a world renowned sleep expert switch to the time zone you are going to as soon as you get on the plane. I’ve done this and I’ve had none since then (and I live in Australia so any trip to Europe and the US is 20-25 hours).

  • For me, I pack a very generous amount of ascorbic acid (vitamin C), gel caps, vitamin B, pro and pre biotics as well as digestive enzymes. Use only gel or liquid vitamin C, and increase dosage if and when necessary to ward off colds, flus, anything. Check out Andrew Saul for more info on benefits of mega doses of vitamin C.

  • Great tips guys, all very logical and practical.
    Fortunately, I I have never needed to fly over the holidays as my family is all within a driving distances.

  • This video is so helpful!! I 100% agree with what you said about melatonin! I took it on the plane on my way to China (16 hours) and it totally helped and I slept the perfect amount. Was barely even jet lagged! Love your channel:)

  • regarding your last video, do you get to stay in the sorority even though you are switching schools for the semester? So proud of you for that decision and I hope you thrive at home!!!!

  • New subscriber! I came here from a minimalism video you posted, and luckily found this. We are headed to Scotland this summer as well. I have a small YT channel, so feel free to direct message me over there if you have any tips for us since it will be our first time. We are flying into Glasgow and then exploring on our own with a car. Any lodging tips or food recommendations would be greatly appreciated! �� Safe travels to you, and have a beautiful day! ��-Amirah

  • Hope you have a wonderful time and travel safely ok and you are amazing and you are sweet person with your good Heart God bless you and God bless your family as well ������������❤❤❤���������������� much love for you

  • #travelodysseys Sorry I missed the live stream. Stopped to give you a comment and a like. I watched to the end.:-) I don’t travel very far. Good tips though. ATB & GB