plant-based gluten free food when travelling

How to travel on a plant-based, gluten-free diet

2017 has been a year of transitions for me, one of which was switching to a whole food plant-based diet. I had been gluten-free for more than 5 years, but now also avoiding animal protein added a whole new layer of complexity to my travel and expat stays:

When gluten intolerant, you can’t just go and buy any sandwich when you’re hungry as bread (and burgers & pizza) usually contain gluten. Unfortunately, gluten-free options always have either cheese, eggs or meat in them. The transition to a gluten-free, whole food plant-based diet has been tricky, but it is definitely possible …

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7 tips to help you stay fit when travelling

guide how to keep in shape on your travels

Summer holidays are in full swing. And no doubt, travelling messes up our training routine and staying fit can be a challenge. ‪
Does that sound familiar to you? … After going away for just a week or two you probably abandon your workouts and healthy diet and it is sooo much harder to follow your usual routine. Or worse, it feels like you have to slow down and start again from scratch?…

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How do you spend Christmas abroad?

You truly live an expat life when you spend Christmas abroad. Most of us probably prefer travelling home over the holidays, but sometimes work or travel distance might stop us from spending it with our family; or maybe we just love to live an expat life to the fullest and stay at our new home. I personally quite like to travel over Christmas and discover new parts of the world.

expat_christmasAn expat Christmas with parcels from all over the world. 🙂

Here are 8 tips how to make the best out of any Christmas away from home:…

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