How to Travel Safely with Diabetes

How to Travel Safely with Diabetes


My friends, are you nervous about
traveling with diabetes? I get it. You don’t know what other people are putting
in their foods. It could be very high in the sugars, it could be high in the fats,
it can be all sorts of preservatives in there. So, the way I travel and I keep it
so simple and it’s delicious, is I always travel with a small cooler filled with
fruits. Very simple. I’ll have my apples, pears, my lower glycemic fruits since I’ll
be sitting more often than not and I’ll take those with me. I’ll wash some
berries and put them in a small container so I can snack on those and
I’ll make a nice tea once you’re through security you can make a tea that will
fill you up while you’re sitting on that plane as well. So, that’s the way I travel
or you can also bring some veggies which is just delicious. I fill up a ziploc bag
or a glass container, ideally, and I’ll put celery, a slice of read peppers, a
few handfuls of walnuts. Is a delicious combination or some soaked almonds. All of those things, sliced up fennel is really delicious as well. Combine that
with walnuts and some olives. Heaven! So, these are all simple ways. I always carry
food with me. There’s no way I travel without food because what if there’s a
delay what if there’s…you never know what’s gonna happen when you’re
traveling so it’s very important to have that food source with you. A healthy
supply of snacks full of water as well. You get dehydrated on those planes. So,
consider that the next time you go travel. Take with you your cooler and you’re always allowed to bring food with you. That is not considered a bag or a
personal item. You will not have to check it or worry about that at the security line.
You can always check out my website feedadiabetic.com for more tips like this one or to check out my “How to Feed a Diabetic” program that is jam-packed with
nutrition information to get you and your family back to healthy again.

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