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How to Stay Healthy and Fit on the Road

Eat right and stay healthy while on the road or in the air.

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According to the Travel Industry Association of America, there are 44 million business travelers and 93 million recreational travelers. What all of us have in common is leaving - leaving the comfort of familiar surroundings for the uncertainty and excitement of what lies beyond the next bend.

How to Stay Healthy and Fit on the Road by Joanne Lichten, R.D., can help you rack up frequent flier miles or take a cross-country road trip and not subsist on fast-food meals, beef jerky and bags of potato chips.

In her book, you will learn how to eat out at restaurants and maybe even drop a few pounds, how to control jet leg, how to stay connected with friends and family and how to turn your hotel room into a workout room.

This book is packed with tips, strategies and guides for the seasoned traveler or the once-a-year vacationer who takes their health seriously.

PRO
  • Has a broad reach and application
  • Offers tips and strategies for how to stay healthy on the road
  • Covers a broad range of travel topics
CON
  • Not a diet per se
DIET and NUTRITION

How to Stay Healthy and Fit on the Road doesn't offer a diet per se, but it does provide a wealth of information, guides, lists and strategies for how to navigate through restaurants, company dinners and highway pit-stops.

In the book, you will learn about:

  • The fittest fast food
  • What (other than grilled chicken) is healthy on the menu (you may be surprised)
  • Simple requests (chef-approved to taste great) that make almost any food healthier

You'll also learn Lichten's tips for how to keep your energy up through food, how to stay healthy and avoid traveler's illnesses and the best ways to deal with motion sickness.

EXERCISE

Stay in shape with Lichten's own Hotel Room Workout, an easy-to-do workout routine that focuses on light cardio and strength resistance training that you can do right in your own hotel room.

Also, if your hotel room has an exercise room, you are encouraged to make use of it.

CONCLUSION

How to Stay Healthy and Fit on the Road is a healthy guide for anyone who spends time in the air, on the road or sleeping in hotel rooms.

Written by Joanne Lichten, PhD, R.D, a very experienced traveler and health enthusiast, this book will help you eat right, stay energized, remain connected with family and pack a light yet smart suitcase when you're away from the comforts of home.

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