Wilderness Athlete Chocolate Meal Replacement Recovery Shake nutrition with shaker and Trek Funnel on table

1. Eat Plenty of Protein & Fiber

When you need energy for a long hike, a long drive, or a day at the beach, fuel your body with high-quality protein and fiber like our Meal Replacement Shake.

PRO TIP: Store a serving of Meal Replacement in the WA Trek Funnel to save space!

 

Person eating Wilderness Athlete Almond Chocolate Chip Re-Bar nutrition

2. Pack Snacks So You Don’t Skip Meals

Re-Bars. Need we say more.

There are some great snack options in both Wild Kitchen Cookbooks including Sweet Potato Chips, Cranberry Almond Balls, Pecan Pie Muffins, and much more.

 

Wilderness Athlete Berry Blast Hydrate and Recover nutrition packet being poured into water bottle in wilderness

3. Stay Hydrated

Drinking plenty of water will flush your body of toxins and help you eat less. It will also help you avoid travel lag, symptoms of overexposure to the heat or sun, and junk-food cravings.

Try Hydrate & Recover with ample amounts of water to stay hydrated.

 

Man with climbing gear looking through binoculars with mountain range in background

4. Plan Ahead

Don’t forget your vitamins! The Good Stuff includes the perfect travel packets to go with you anywhere. If you’re going on a long hike in altitude you’re not used to, remember to pack Altitude Advantage.

 

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  1. John

    Happy happy happy I made the 28 day challenge lost the weight and made my goal. I travel out of the country at times for a week to ten days. I think you should package the meal replacements for daily usage like hydrate pkgs. I have been questioned at tsa when I pack in zip bags No labels! Probably think they are drugs. Do you have any other suggestions ?

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