Travel Snacks

Eating healthy while traveling is very difficult sometimes. It takes you out of routine and makes it difficult to find fresh food to grab on the go. 

When I am traveling I usually go to Bulk Barn or a local grocery before I leave. I pack my carry on with filling , protein-packed snacks to keep me satisfied. Choosing foods like nuts/seeds, or bringing brown rice crackers crackers with a travel size package of almond butter, picking up a Greek yogurt at the airport, making homemade energy cookies/granola bars, or grabbing a HEALTHY bar. 

This one is my new favourite. The Simply Protein Bar. 


Do you know why? 

I know EVERY ingredient on the label. The ingredient label does not contain more than 7 ingredients. It has less than 3g of sugar. Contains 16g of protein!! Also, is only 160 calories and tastes great. They have a variety of flavors to cater to everyone’s taste buds. 

When choosing a protein bar or granola bar – if the ingredient list is fine print, very long, and contains ingredients you can’t pronounce/have no idea what they are….Why would you buy it?! 

Always make sure to choose a bar with at least less than 8g of sugar. 

Look for natural sweeteners to be used in bars: organic cane sugar, maple syrup, honey, dates.

The first ingredients should always be something whole grain, oats, brown rice crisps because the first ingredient is the main ingredient. It should NOT be the sweetener, especially sugar. 

Try to find a protein bar with greater than 10g of protein if you’re looking to stay satisfied for longer. 

Published by Brooke Bliss, BScFN, RYT-500

My name is Brooke Bliss. I am a yogi, traveller, and food enthusiast. I am a graduate of Western University's B.Sc. Honors Nutrition & Dietetics program and a 500-hour certified yoga teacher. I love to share my healthy, whole-food recipes, nutrition facts, yoga and lifestyle tips. Thank you for stopping by my page. Namaste :)

4 thoughts on “Travel Snacks

    1. @crystalgetsfitter !! This one actually only at 6. Some of the flavors have 7 and they are crazy good. You should definitely try them 🙂 if the ingredient list is very long and small print I would try to avoid those ones.

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    1. Hi Brenda! — I have found them at Bulk Barn in London. I believe homeopathy London may have them too in the market. They are tough to find but usually in the natural food section 🙂 You can also order them online.


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