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Wellness On the Go

What we're packing to stay healthy on the road.

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It's our last chance to get away before the whirlwind of Autumn starts. But between the jet lag and fatigue from long-haul flights, travel can disrupt our usual healthy routines.

Here's what we're packing to stay healthy on the road.


You probably won't be able to stick to your usual diet when traveling due to lack of availability or scheduling. When familiar foods and routines are out of reach, a multivitamin can go a long way to making sure that your body is getting the essential vitamins and minerals it needs.

Our Essentials Multi is a once daily dose of all the crucial nutrients, B vitamins for energy, plus 450 mg of omega-3 fish oil to maintain heart health.

Vitamin C

Traveling usually means you're in confined spaces, sharing recycled air with other passengers. Fatigue and jet lag can set in, suppressing your immune system and make you more susceptible to illness.

Give your immunity a boost with vitamin C! It can promote tissue growth and repair and reduce recovery times. Better vitamin C supplements often add powerful antioxidants called bioflavonoids, which enhance absorption and help protect cells from free radical damage.


If you're prone to motion sickness, turbulence in flight and bumpy car trips are bound to spell discomfort. Chewable ginger candies or nubs of candied ginger are our go-to snack to ease nausea. Bonus: they're sweet, spicy and super satisfying.


This underrated mineral plays a role in over 300 biological processes in our bodies. Traveling to different time zones and dealing with jet lag can severely impact the quality of our sleep.

Magnesium supports muscle relaxation and restful sleep. Our Soft Magnesium is easily digestable and the chelated bisglycinate form won't give you stomach issues.

What are your must-haves for jet setting?

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