How to Eat Well on the Road – Good Food in an Airport – Eating Well While Traveling
Eating Well While Travelling
Clif Harski traveled most weeks of a recent year giving workshops for MovNat. During that time, he learned how to eat well on the road, how to plan for travel and how to travel stress-free. In this lecture, he tells the prospective traveler how to plan for healthy eating and stress-free travel.
“What you want to do is eat protein and fat upon waking up, not a carbohydrate-rich meal. It doesn’t matter if it’s complex or simple, just don’t eat carbohydrates in the morning when traveling. If you eat carbohydrates, you’re setting yourself up to eat more during the day due to its interactions. These complex interactions between blood sugar, brain activity and cravings occur when you have carbohydrates in the morning.” ~Clifton Harski
• First Roadblock: Stress (1:55)
• Physical Stress (7:40)
• Second Roadblock: External Stimuli (11:20)
• Third Roadblock: Not Having a Kitchen (13:00)
• Getting Food at the Store (20:25)
• Clifton’s Airport Lunch (26:00)
Clifton Harski holds his BS in Kinesiology from SDSU, and has gathered a number of various letters to put after his name from a variety of fitness organizations. He spent the last year working as one of MovNat’s Master Instructors teaching workshops across the country, developing their certification materials and training their instructors. You can keep up with him via his website at cliftonharski.com.