That said, there’s no reason to eat poorly in airports. You can get raw almonds, fruit, and vegetables in almost any airport (even in Vegas). I do not accept “I was traveling” as an eating excuse from my fat loss clients.
However, I did have trouble getting one more thing in the Miami airport on Thursday.
Listen, almost all protein bars are made of junk – except these.
In the Miami airport, one magazine store had over 6 different protein bar options, but ALL of them were filled with junk.
The junk ingredients included soy protein, high-fructose corn syrup, fractionated palm kernel oil, sugar alcohols, and artificial sweeteners.
These bars use all natural ingredients and are gluten-free. They even use non-dairy sources of protein if that is an issue for you.
Perfect for between meals, while traveling, or frankly, as part of my regular meals. I like them that much.
But there is a bit of bad news…these are ONLY available in the USA.
When it comes to your nutrition you have to Plan, Prepare, and most importantly, Commit.
Be a robotic action taker.
Create your meal plan. Do your shopping. Set aside time to prepare your food.
This is what separates the winners from the frustrated.
Commitment is what separates the sexy body on Miami’s beaches from the folks who wear t-shirts in the ocean.
Time to get serious.
By the way, I love Miami. I love South Beach, I love Biscayne Bay, I love the energy of that city. I love flying over it, I love staying in it.
Next up in our Nutrition debates, I have a controversial article on ALCOHOL and fat loss…
You won’t want to miss my surprising conclusions on whether or not you can have booze in your life.
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer