Your Summer Travel Guide

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You can still stay on track with your weight loss goals even when you are taking a getaway.

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Summer Vacation

Vacation is the perfect time to unwind from the stress of everyday life. However, you don’t have to sacrifice your diet to enjoy your getaway. Whether you plan to travel near or far, here are some tips to ensure your trip goes off without a hitch.

Preparing for Your Trip

Pack Healthy Snacks for Travel Day
Most airline meals and snack boxes are sky-high in calories and full of processed food with a long list of artificial ingredients. Eat healthy on vacation by packing healthy snacks ahead of time. This will help you with portion control and temptation.

Don’t Forget Your Medications
Make sure that your RM3® or Revolex™ medication is in your prescription bottle and packed in your carry-on bag in case you need them during your flight.

Get Lodging That Comes with a Microwave or Fridge
Having the necessary tools is the key to staying on track with your diet while on vacation. Hotels often have microwaves and mini-fridges, so you can store snacks and meals you bring from home and groceries you buy at your destination.

If you have a vacation or special event planned, ask your RM Provider for tips to help you stay on track.

What Can I Bring Through Airport Security?

Item Carry On Bags Checked Bags
Liquids Yes
(Less than or equal to 3.4 oz)
Yes
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Yes
(Special Instructions)*
Yes
Cooked Meat, Seafood & Vegetables

(No Liquid)

Yes Yes
Fresh Meat & Produce Yes
(Special Instructions)*
Yes
Frozen Food Yes
(Special Instructions)*
Yes
Nuts Yes Yes
Protein or Energy Powders Yes
(Special Instructions)*
Yes
Salad Dressings, Salsa & Sauces Yes
(Less than or equal to 3.4 oz)
Yes

*Visit TSA.gov for special instructions.

Avoiding Vacation Fatigue

Develop a Nightly Routine
It’s easy to wing bedtime when you’re on vacation. You may end up going to bed later than you’re used to. Or maybe even get up earlier than usual to ensure you have plenty of time to do everything you want during the day. Instead, you should maintain a consistent sleep schedule to ensure you have enough energy for the day.

Stay Hydrated
When you become dehydrated, your overall health is put at risk. This means you are more likely to feel fatigued, have an increased heart rate, and experience confusion. These things can be a recipe for disaster if you’re trying to navigate an unfamiliar place on vacation. Fill a water bottle before you leave the hotel and bring it with you on your daily activities.

Take a Supplement
If you are determined to go through your vacation without so much as stopping for a quick nap, supplements can provide you with a much-needed burst of energy to focus on the day ahead. Ignite™ is designed to boost your metabolism and energy levels throughout the day.


Curb Cravings While on Vacation
Red Mountain’s Crave XR™ is a prescription appetite suppressant specifically formulated to work on two areas of your brain — the hunger center and the reward system — to suppress hunger and help control cravings.


Rebooting Your Routine After Vacation

Weigh Yourself
Once you are home, it’s time to re-focus and remind yourself what your health and fitness goals are. Stepping on the scale gives you a snapshot of where you are now so that you can take positive steps down the path that bring you closer to the body and future you want.

Get Back Into Your Routine as Quickly As Possible
Return to your old, effective routine, and focus on what works! Experts agree that routines are important when getting back on track. The consistency that a routine brings allows you to avoid stress and create balance.

Don’t Shame Yourself
Beating yourself up about past behavior is neither effective nor motivating. Calling yourself “fat,” “disgusting,” “a failure,” or any other name is truly a recipe for continued weight gain. If you wouldn’t say this to a friend, you certainly shouldn’t say it to yourself.

Develop your weight loss mindset for a healthier lifestyle with tools and resources from Dr. Kim Feinstein, Psy. D. Call 800. 239.7830 to book a private appointment for additional 1-on-1 coaching.

Our dedicated team is here to support you as you take the first step in your weight loss journey. Schedule your consultation today!

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