Is anyone else here a backpacker? I have not been on a long trip in about a year, but I used to be an avid backpacker. Going for a weekend and packing/eating Paleo is easy, but if you need to carry 5 - 7 days worth of food and weight AND volume... (more)
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been paleo for two and a half years, was perfect for the first year which i attribute to just graduating college and having lots of free time and energy. However once i started working things started to get rough. I work as a case manager for... (more)
I have been eating sauerkraut and other fermented vegetables daily for a while now, and feel like it has really been helping me heal, but I'm going to Hawaii for a week and am concerned about not being able to keep this up while I'm gone. I... (more)
I have to go on a business trip for 6 days- to Pigeon Forge, which probably makes it worse- and it will be the first time I've had to try to eat paleo while going out for every meal. Also, my per diem isn't very high so no fancy dinners for me!... (more)
Yo! Anyone have a good hack for surviving a red eye flight? I believe it's a 6 hour flight, hour layover, then another 1 or 2 hour flight to my destination. Last time I tried magnesium + 5-HTP which did not put me to sleep and I was a mess the... (more)
I have the chance to travel to Viet Nam. I am Paleo because it helps me, but also because I MUST be. A bit of rice here, some gluten there, etc will definitely make me very sick. Does anyone have any experiences, advice? I have traveled widely... (more)
Hey there! I am a german paleo girl and I'm going for a backpacking tour throught Australia (well, actually I just decided today because my inner voice told me not to study laws from the first day but first, to see the world and get some sun -... (more)
I am new to the paleo lifestyle, and I travel a lot for work, in fact, I'll be on the road the next three months. I have researched tons a snack ideas as I'll be travelling by car. My question is how cook and eat a balanced paleo diet. I plan on... (more)
I will be traveling 4000 miles on foot, starting in May of this year. What are some good choices for traveling food that will keep in my pack for several days, and provide decent nutrition to fuel long days of walking, that I will be able to... (more)
So I drink BPC EVERY morning with 4 tbsp butter and 3 tbsp MCT oil. I'm going on a trip where I will not be able to do this for four straight mornings. I'll also be exposed to a lot of SAD foods and it will not be socially acceptable to choose... (more)
I'm staying in a hotel and planning to leave tomorrow morning. I'm not travelling home until late in the pm (11pm) so I've got big plans for breakfast so I don't have a hunger crash. 3 rashes of bacon 4 eggs Butter Mushrooms ( half cup) Spinach... (more)
When I travel I'll usually do 6-8 eggs and about a 1/2 lb of bacon for breakfast. That usually can hold me for 36-48 hours with no hunger at all. I don't get too fancy with my breakfast. I try to get as much fuel as possible.
I'm off to Kenya, Tanzania and India for 6 weeks (three weeks on each continent) and my travel doctor has given me doxycycline to take during and for one month after the trip - that means 10 weeks on anti-malaria tablets. I'm dismayed at the list... (more)
Hi everyone and thank you in advance for your help. My wife and I are planning on a long weekend travelling by bike along the South of England and camping along the way. We will be taking everything with us that we need but I am a little... (more)
I am signing up to embark on the 10 day excursion to the holy land for Winter. As a 4 year Paleo veteran, I am concerned with the available dietary options most of my friends who went on the trip discussed with me (Fried Falafel, Hummus, Israeli... (more)
This is embarrassing, but I definitely need some help here. I am in China and have harder access to all the variety and vegetables I get back home. Because of this, I haven't had a bowel movement in a week. There are vegetables and fruit available... (more)
You are in China, there must be some good quality teas, green & oolong. You can always visit a Chinese herbalist as a last resort. Don't underestimate the power of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)!
I know it's an oddly specific question. Still, I'm a member of the Couchsurfing.org community, and there doesn't seem to be a paleo group. I'm going to NYC from tomorrow (June 24) until July 22, to finish my practicum for my MA. My housing fell... (more)
Hi, I'm taking a 28 hr Amtrak trip this weekend and I'm curious if any of you have eaten the meals served aboard the train. I've purchased a 'roomette' which includes meals, however I have a sneaking suspicion (after trying to find detailed menus... (more)
My husband and I may be moving to Malta and I was wondering if anyone knew anything about what is available. I've heard that much like Hawaii their native diet has been largely replaced by cheap grains, canned foods, and other easily importable... (more)
I have to spend 2 months out in the field doing a mixture of hiking and hitting up small towns in rural South America for my research. I'm planning on using it as an opportunity to REALLY get paleo, like as in, maybe not even bring shampoo or... (more)
My husband and I will be traveling to San Diego in a few months and I'm starting to plan. Does anyone have experience with some great Paleo Friendly Restaurants in the area?
I am traveling to Anchorage for business next week. I am wondering if there are any gems hidden among the regular restaurant establishments? Also, does anyone know of any good grocery stores that sell real food? I am taking along some nuts and... (more)
The hidden gems are in people's chest freezers. So many people hunt and fish in AK, if you are going to people's homes, good chance you'll get to try different game.
I'm going to Kenya for a one month volunteer program, and in most of the pictures I've seen, the volunteers eat a lot of the traditional foods. I cannot decipher exactly what they are eating, but I'm hopeful that it won't be hard to adapt to... (more)
This summer I am doing a group charity bicycle tour across the U.S., riding 49 days from Seattle to Washington D.C. It's a fantastic deal as our fundraising minimum includes sag support, gear-schleppage, 3 meals a day and snacks, and lodging at... (more)
Boiled eggs sounds like a good fit. Pretty easy request for breakfast, and carry a few for lunch. Bacon from breakfast should also keep till lunch time. Also carry some coconut oil for added fat.