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How to Travel and Be Well: David Stewart

How do you keep your diet, fitness, and sleep on track while traveling? What tools does David travel with to keep his health on track? What about jetlag hacks? 

This summer, many of us are going to be getting back into traveling. But, we’re out of practice and want to make sure we keep up our healthy habits. David shares his tips on how he maintains his diet, fitness, sleep, and de-stressing routine while traveling. If you have travel plans coming up, you do not want to miss this episode. 

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00:00:00 Welcome to the podcast
00:00:57 About today’s episode
00:01:39 Thank you to our sponsor InsideTracker
00:03:09 The different types of travel
00:05:42 How to keep your diet on track while traveling
00:09:27 How to keep your movement on track while traveling
00:11:45 How to keep your sleep on track while traveling
00:15:35 How to keep your de-stressing routine on track while traveling
00:16:46 David’s additional travel tips
00:19:10 Listener call
00:22:36 Next week’s episode

“When taking a trip, I keep in mind the big rocks of health: sleep, what we’re eating, how we’re moving, and how we’re dealing with stress. Because wherever we go, we’re still ourselves. We still need to take care of ourselves.” 

“There’s dehydration, hydration, and this middle grey area that we’re often in called underhydration and that is going to exacerbate your jetlag, it’s going to affect your mental acuity when you land. So stay fully hydrated.” 

“Take advantage of whatever goes on in the location that you are in. Don’t let your body, your physicality go to 0 because you’re in a new place.” 

“I try and start my mornings with 15-20 minutes of meditation and I try and do that even when I’m traveling. I just schedule it so I have that time built in. Then, I try and put a down ramp at the end of the day.”

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Taylor Marks
Taylor Marks is a certified holistic health coach and professionally trained chef from The Institute of Culinary Education. Her passions include the latest research in health science, culinary arts, holistic wellness, and guiding others towards feeling their best.


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