Airports are where healthy habits go to die. From stress-inducing security lines to the greasy fast food joints lining the path to your gate, boarding a plane without a blood pressure spike or maxing out your daily calories is a silent victory. And even then, you’re not out of the woods: flying takes a toll on your body and once you land, exercise and balanced meals are quick to fall by the wayside in favor of vacation lounging and room service lobster rolls.
Unless, that is, you make your living helping people lead happier, healthier lives. That’s why we turned to the wellness pros, fitness experts, and mental health gurus to snag their top tools and techniques for staying healthy and sane on the go.
What should you eat on the plane to avoid bloating? What workouts can you do while in a hotel room? (Spoiler: it's got the super-fun-sounding name "prison pull-ups.") What supplements and snacks make for a less-grumpy, less-hungry, less-frazzled traveler? Read on for the full-body approach, provided by health-obsessed bloggers, authors, personalities, and advocates.