Travelling to a new place and getting out of your normal routine goes hand in hand. At your home, you stick to a strict diet and fitness regime. But, when you step out for work or a leisure trip, your commitment to healthy food and fitness often tends to leave the chat. One of the reasons could be the unavailability of the meals you consume on a regular basis as well as your objective of travel. You gorge on junk foods, do little to no exercise, and end up with a bloated belly. But, what if we tell you that three tweaks in your travel routine can help you avoid all the fiasco? Courtesy: celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar. In an Instagram video, the nutritionist shared three tips which she herself follows while travelling to stay fit.
“How does one stay fit while travelling? By soaking into the local culture,” Rujuta Diwekar said in the clip. Watch the full video here:
Here Are The Three Diet Tips Suggested By Celebrity Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar:
1. Try to Walk Around
The health expert stated that whenever she is out, she takes the opportunity to walk around and explore the local culture. This gives you a better understanding of the area, as well as the food available.
2. 5 Surya Namaskars
It is difficult to follow a fitness regime while travelling. Obviously, you won't be able to carry your workout equipment. But, Rujuta Diwekar suggested an easy trick to squeeze in some healthy workout. All you have to do is perform 5 surya namaskars in the morning, and you will be all set for the day.
3. Have Rice For Dinner
While travelling we are bound to gorge on yummy snacks and junk food. While you cannot restrict yourself from relishing the enticing indulgences, the nutritionist has a tip you can follow in your dinner to wash away all your foodie sins. She said that eating rice for dinner can compensate for all the not-so-healthy meals.
“Rice and surya namaskar is my go-to strategy on travel,” Rujuta Diwekar concluded. What do you think of her strategies? Do you have any of your own? Tell us in the comments.