Going on holiday often means indulging in local delicacies, eat more meals out and notwithstanding the typical rules of healthy eating. But after a few simple rules can actually lead to weight loss, rather than weight gain, while on vacation
weighing yourself before you go, and take a tape measure along to take measurements every day.
Pack plenty of healthy snacks for the road, such as fresh fruit, vegetables with low-cal dip, lowfat yogurt, pretzels and plenty of cold water. Consider eating at least one meal a day from the cooler instead of from a restaurant.
Eat a late breakfast and early dinner every day, skipping lunch. Restaurant meals tend to be larger and heavier than what you would eat at home, so you do not need to have three “squares” a day to feel satisfied.
Build exercise into each day. Take a long walk along the beach, a walk in the woods or mountains, or rent bikes to see a new place. Sightseeing can be a great way to increase your activity level.