4 tips to eat Raw Vegan Food while Traveling

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The raw vegan diet isn’t something new, it has been present for decades now. However, it has gained a lot of attention and popularity in recent years. If you’re new to this trendy diet plan, A Raw Vegan Traveler is generally a subset of ‘Veganism’ that excludes all food products of animal origin. The only addition it has is that the food you’ll consume should be either completely raw or heated at temperatures below 104-118 degrees Fahrenheit. 

It usually includes fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes, and sprouted grains and keeps the scale of processed foods at the lowest. A raw vegan diet has plenty of health benefits and this is the reason why it interests a lot of people. But you’ve to be very careful and take extra care while on this diet as it can also leave bad effects on you. 

You can take care of everything easily when you’re at home and everything is in your control but when you’re traveling and have limited resources, staying true to this diet can become a challenging task. 

Hence, to  help you to stay honest with your raw vegan diet, we have listed four important tips that you should follow while traveling. 

  • When you’re going on a tour, don’t assume that you’ll get all the supplies everywhere. The better option is that you should pack a few vegan essentials with you to keep your diet plan safe during emergencies. Believe us you’ll not regret this idea, adding a few extra weight of your food in your luggage will definitely help you decrease a few extra pounds off your body!
  • Educating yourself is very important. There are various food options such as baked goods, salt, coffee, tea, alcohol that should be totally avoided. Everything has a healthy substitute; you just have to search for it!
  • When you’re on a raw vegan diet, make sure you’re getting plenty of calories. Keep a tab of calories and nutrients you’re getting and if it’s required you can also add a few supplements in your diet to fulfill your daily nutrient needs. 
  • The best and simplest way to stay true to your diet is by making a meal chart. Meal planning has helped a lot of people to stay dedicated to the diet and to keep a record of their daily calories and nutrients. 

Given below is a sample raw vegan diet plan that you can follow on a small tour of 2-3 days. 

Day 1

Breakfast: Raw Banana pancakes topped with almond butter
Lunch: Raw nori wraps served with a spicy dipping sauce
Snacks: Veggie salad with guacamole dressing, Dehydrated Fruits
Dinner: Raw pad thai

Day 2

Breakfast: Chia seed pudding with berries
Lunch: Raw pea, avocado, and mint soup
Snacks: Fruit smoothies, Pecan energy balls 
Dinner: Raw lasagna topped with marinated veggies, cashew-cilantro sauce, and sun-dried tomatoes.

Day 3

Breakfast:  Tropical green spirulina smoothie
Lunch: Raw spiralized Zucchini dressed with a basil pesto sauce.
Snacks: Raw vegan granola bar crackers, Chia pudding
Dinner: Raw Vegan pizza

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