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5 Easy To Carry Foods You Should Take On Hiking

5 Easy To Carry Foods You Should Take On Hiking

Going for a long or short hiking trip you should keep all the necessary things with you. The most important thing that you should keep with is easy to carry foods. Whether you are going on a long trip or a short one. The food that you take with you should be easy to consume and doesn’t require any cold storage or you’ll have to take some ice bags with you to keep them fresh. We will talk about some of the foods that you can take with you. 

Hiking requires a lot of energy and only the person with good stamina can do it. Otherwise, you will find it quite difficult to hike. If you are someone who is overweight and doesn’t have a good level of stamina then you should work on it first and continue with your hiking. Although you can do short hiking as it will help you in building good stamina. 

Foods that are rich in healthy nutrients and easy to carry should be in your hiking bag. You should keep hydrolyzed collagen in your bag all the time because chances are that you might get dry skin or wrinkles due to hiking and drinking a glass of hydrolyzed collagen will help in preventing any of that issue. The following are some of the easy to carry foods that should be in your backpack. 

  1. NUTS AND SEEDS

Nuts are filled with nutrients that give a good boost to your energy levels. They keep you full throughout the day and this means that you will consume less food. Your backpack will be light and you wouldn’t need to keep unnessary food items in your list. Similarly, seeds serve the same purpose. They keep you full and also prevent any digestive issues that you might face during your hiking. 

  1. FRESH FRUITS

Fruits that don’t require cold storage should be your priority if you are going for a long trip then you should keep frozen bags with you to keep them fresh but they will probably run out and you will need something to keep those fruits fresh. On short hiking, you can keep oranges, apples, and banana. These fruits are rich in vitamin C and other nutrients that help in keeping your energy levels up. 

  1. FROZEN FOODS

So Like I said before that If you are going on a long tour, you will need frozen foods. So you can keep canned foods, frozen fruits, and veggies. These will be important if you are on multi-day hiking. Still, you will need some additional ice bags to keep them fresh. You might find some stops along with your hiking so it won’t be a problem for you. Although if you are going on a spot where the weather is warm then it’s not recommended to keep frozen foods with you. 

  1. POWDERED BROTH

The powdered broth is easily dissolved in the water. Bone broths are really good for your health and they pack a lot of energy and you should add it to your hiking bag. Use beef bone broth as its more beneficial compared to others. These broths are great for your health and they really help on long hiking. 

  1. ENERGY BARS

You can guess it by the name. The energy bar helps in maintaining a good amount of energy in your body. Most fitness trainers recommend this before your workout or after it. So that you can regain your energy back after an intense workout session. Hiking is not different from having an intense workout session. The only difference is that you will have to keep on walking which is more energy-consuming. 

FINAL WORDS:

So these are some foods that should be a part of your hiking. It’s really important to have such foods on your list because you are going to need something that will help in improving your hiking experience and if you are only taking bottles on your hiking then you are doing a big mistake. Hiking is not easy and some might say that it is, but it’s not. Another thing that you should keep in mind is that you have to carry foods that are lightweight and don’t take much space. Do these things and you are prepared for your hiking. 

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