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Healthy options on the go

  1. The outdoor season has started again, with walking tours, cycling routes, festivals, days to the beach and the recreational lake. You don't have to eat what you come across by chance. Healthy options on the go! A

  1. Nothing is as easy to carry as a whole grain baguette and some spreads. Hüttenkäse, tapenade, soft cheeses, you know them. But there is so much more to put on your sandwich. Do you ever bring chutney, ajvar, or Japanese miso with you?

Salt

  1. Have you ever seen someone grabbing a crisp bag with the exclamation: “Wow, I sweat so much, I need to top it up with some salt”? But our daily food already contains so much salt, this really does not need to be supplemented on a hot day. So stick to a small bag if you fancy chips. Rather take a bottle of tap water with you than packets of apple juice or cans of soda. Do you miss the flavors of juice and fresh? Give your water a flavor boost with cucumber slices, ice cubes made from fruit juice, frozen fruit or fresh strawberry, berries, melon, peach. You keep it cool in a thermos.

Old-fashioned sandwiches

  1. Nowadays you can buy food on every street corner, which makes you more likely to shut the front door behind you without an eating plan. Make some tasty, old-fashioned sandwiches, make a pasta salad and especially bring a bottle of water, so you can eat and drink something if you want. Of course, a day out can be celebrated. But if you have a season ticket for the outdoor pool or go to the park with your children more often a week, it can get a bit too much. Show that the presence of a chip shop or ice cream cart does not mean that you have to buy something. This article was written in collaboration with the Netherlands Nutrition Center.

  2. Nowadays you can buy food on every street corner, which makes you more likely to shut the front door behind you without an eating plan. Make some tasty, old-fashioned sandwiches, make a pasta salad and especially bring a bottle of water, so you can eat and drink something if you want. Of course, a day out can be celebrated. But if you have a season ticket for the outdoor pool or go to the park with your children more often a week, it can get a bit too much. Show that the presence of a chip shop or ice cream cart does not mean that you have to buy something. This article was written in collaboration with the Nutrition Center.



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