Traveling Tips The Arbonne Way!

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🌳 Remember your shaker cup and protein shake mix. Either a ziploc of protein/fiber with the scooper thrown in. Or I prefer individual packets, it’s just easier and less potential for mess. Mix with bottled water or coconut water since it’s super easy to find these days, even at your local gas station.
🌳 Travel with Protein Shake ready to drinks,  as they don’t need to be refrigerated and they taste amazing. Great for kids at school too for clean, powerful dose of vegan complete amino acid profile protein, vitamins and minerals.
🌳 Keep a stash of Fizz Sticks in your purse/jacket to mix with your bottled water or coconut water for a great non caffeinated pick me up. Also great if you are out with others who are drinking and just want something tasty and bubbly that’s not alcohol.
🌳 Pre-events like movies, games, BBQs, I will often grab a to go salad at Chipotle, Moe’s, or other healthy spots and bring in with me in a tote. Also love brown rice/quinoa avo/cucumber rolls at Whole Foods (no soy sauce), or a container of hummus and small containers of raw chopped veggies.
🌳 I keep a stash of Arbonne protein snack bars with me always. They are the yummiest bars on the market, and certainly the cleanest and most nutrient-dense.
🌳 I like taking a ziploc of organic nuts and/or dried fruit with me – almonds with or without a dash of sea salt, cashews, dried unsweetened blueberries/cranberries.
🌳 I like taking a ziploc of Marys Gone Crackers or Simple Mills Rosemary & Sea Salt Almond Flour Crackers with me for salty crunchy satisfaction. They have some protein also. Great to whip out at restaurants when the bread basket comes around so you can feel a part of the action.
🌳 Apples and carrot sticks always a great thing to have on the go.
🌳 If you’re traveling and don’t have that quick nutritious shake to have for breakfast, gluten-free oatmeal with almond/rice/coconut milk is a good breakfast choice, as are eggs served LA style with a salad of organic leafy greens, on a bed of sautéed spinach, or with sliced avocado.

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