“Avoid heavy foods and eat light, high-energy snacks instead.”
— a daily travel mate
Preparation for the activity Optimally prepared for a break
Next to your water bottle, your supplies are the most important thing in your rucksack. This food will rejuvenate you once your battery begins to run down and your steps grow shorter. This is when it’s time to take a break. Have a drink, stretch your legs and shake your arms. If that doesn’t help or your stomach is rumbling, then you need to refuel. The most suitable snacks are bananas, dried fruits or nuts. Even biscuits or dextrose can help you recharge.