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Tips for following paleo while traveling?

Answered on October 14, 2013
Created October 11, 2013 at 9:11 PM

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! Has anyone experienced this problem who can provide some tips to make finding paleo-ish meal options a little easier? Or am I just doomed?

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on October 14, 2013
at 03:24 PM

I'm surprised you haven't heard of it - it's pretty much the epitome of a tourist city on steroids.

I love burgers without the bun, but don't know if i could do that for a week without getting sick of them. Subbing veggies as a side may work, but restaurants in the area don't tend to be super healthy so that may or may not be an option. Also, i'm only getting about $8.00/meal so i'm worried that any healthy restaurants i may find could be out of my price range. I'll take you suggestion and do some googling though!

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on October 14, 2013
at 03:16 PM

I may have to eat out a few times. The steam back thing is a great idea - i'll have to make sure i have a microwave in my hotel. Good to know that there's a store nearby - at least i can grab fruit and veggies for healthy snacking and maybe breakfast.

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on October 14, 2013
at 03:28 PM

Order steak and chips, totally paleo.

For breakfast bacon and eggs.

Could try salads.

Take snacks - nuts, dark chocolate etc.

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on October 14, 2013
at 12:23 PM

do you have to eat dinner out with others? Ziplock steam bags with veggies and fish etc work super well in microwaves. There is a giant walmart there on the right when you get into town

91453a003ff70606fc44ca2ea697048f

on October 14, 2013
at 03:16 PM

I may have to eat out a few times. The steam back thing is a great idea - i'll have to make sure i have a microwave in my hotel. Good to know that there's a store nearby - at least i can grab fruit and veggies for healthy snacking and maybe breakfast.

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on October 11, 2013
at 10:48 PM

Choose meats and veggies from the menus, hamburger without bun, veg instead of fries. Google Pigeon Forge Paleo and you will see some results, contact a Paleo group and ask for restaurant ideas.

I had to Google Pigeon Forge - never heard of it.

91453a003ff70606fc44ca2ea697048f

on October 14, 2013
at 03:24 PM

I'm surprised you haven't heard of it - it's pretty much the epitome of a tourist city on steroids.

I love burgers without the bun, but don't know if i could do that for a week without getting sick of them. Subbing veggies as a side may work, but restaurants in the area don't tend to be super healthy so that may or may not be an option. Also, i'm only getting about $8.00/meal so i'm worried that any healthy restaurants i may find could be out of my price range. I'll take you suggestion and do some googling though!

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