It’s one of the busiest times of the year for travel. I shared products to make it easier and healthier.
On-the-go breakfast option
I partnered with Quaker to share their Instant Oats, which are great for traveling. Just add boiling water or milk let it sit for 60 seconds and it’s ready to eat. They are made with heart-healthy 100% whole grain Quaker oats, are a good source of fiber and have no added colors, artificial flavors or sweeteners. We know that diets low in cholesterol and saturated fat and rich in plant foods, including whole grains may help reduce your risk of heart disease.
For snacks, I shared freeze-dried fruit snacks by Crispy Green. They snack like a chip, are made with only one ingredient the fruit itself – no added sugars and they come in these convenient to-go packs. You can find them at Harris Teeter locally.
Snack and meal containers
Next up I shared convenient meals and snack storage containers by Eatas. You can find them at GoEatease.com – the sets range from $13.99 to $31.99. Each container is detachable so you can mix and match for smaller snack or larger meal portions. They are also collapsible for convenient carrying and storage.
A tasty way to take ACV on the road
Apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of health benefits from helping digestion to blood sugar regulation – and these are a fun way to incorporate it: apple cider vinegar gummies by Goli! The best part is that all you taste is the apple, not the vinegar. They are vegan, organic, gluten-free and fortified with B vitamins, which are important for energy.