How to Avoid Fast Food When on the Go and Hungry

At one time or another, we have all found ourselves on the drive thru line, starving, and craving some food that will provide a solution to that crazy grumbling sound in our bellies. So we go for something quick and fast. It also doesn't help that each town has at least one to two or even more fast food joints to offer some quick yet unhealthy options for us. How do we avoid this? How can we avoid being that hungry, craving, cranky, and in a need of a fast fix person who has lost all control for healthy determination? Well, it is much simpler than you'd think.

The real fast food, before corporations built these multi-million dollar unhealthy options for us, was good old-fashioned fruits and veggies. Imagine that! Fruits and veggies should always be the number one option, and they are sold everywhere we turn as well, although they don't usually have a drive thru. So, if it is about convenience then we need to prepare ahead of time. If we pack snacks and quick foods to go in our purse or briefcase then we will always have a fast food option that aligns with having a healthy determination.

I suggest packing apples, bananas, oranges, veggies and hummus, smoothie/protein shake, Skinny Pop popcorn, and even tortilla chips with salsa. Wen you bring your own snacks, they are always there and will  never fail you. It also quick and easy to plan ahead to bring your own snacks with you no matter where you go!

The best way to avoid fast food joints while on the go is to always make sure you have a fast food option in your purse.

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