My Experience of Keto While Traveling

I know that traveling can be quite grueling at times, and adding a Keto lifestyle to the mix can give you increased anxiety on top of it. Well, it doesn’t have to be such an obstacle if you just plan a bit before heading out.

First of all, decide if you are going to be eating out or if you prefer to eat in.

Eating out options can be anything from a steakhouse to Mexican restaurant to Taco Bell. Steakhouse is pretty easy, you can chose steak and veggies, salads, chicken and veggies, the list goes on and on. Mexican is fairly simple also, I get fajitas no beans or rice but extra guacamole salads fixings. Taco Bell, they now have the protein bowls. Just ask for no beans or rice and add extra lettuce. It is as easy as that.

If eating in, some hotels have the suites with kitchenettes and others will supply you with hot plates. Either way, this gives you options for Keto. I have made sausage and peppers on the hotplate and served it over riced cauliflower made in the microwave. Pretty simple!

The point is, Keto is a lifestyle that can be taken with you. I have lost 25 lbs in 5 months while traveling for work at least 3 weeks per month. If I can do it so can you!

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4 thoughts on “My Experience of Keto While Traveling

  1. I have heard so much about Keto, bought a few books (haven’t read them yet), but haven’t progressed to the actually doing it stage. You seem to be an adventurous type. I think I’m going to enjoy following you on your empty nest trail. That whimpering-slow-down-wait-for-me gasping sound you hear behind you just might be me.But you keep going, girl! I’ll catch up sooner or later.

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  2. My wife is a diabetic and she was considering combining the Keto diet with the Mediterranean diet. Naming the foods and restaurants you mentioned – that would be just up our alley with regards food we like. Thanks for the tip.

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