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Screen Shot 2015-12-09 at 12.14.03 PMEveryone will tell you that the best way to eat healthy while traveling is to pack food ahead of time.

And yet, (almost) everyone can agree that the last thing you’re thinking of as you’re desperately searching for your passport or squeezing in a day-of workout is whipping up a buddha bowl to-go.

Yes, even if you’re a wellness expert.

So we tapped five industry pros, from yogi Tara Stiles to chef Seamus Mullen, to find out the healthy snacks that they like to grab on the way out the door—or at any airport terminal when their stomach starts growling.

Of course, there are the usual suspects (almonds, fruit, water), but some of their picks may just surprise you. And then tell us your go-to healthy travel snacks in the Comments section, below. —Jamie McKillop

(Photo: Instagram.com/Wild_Friends)

 

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Headshot_Atisha_Paulson_8x10Michelle Watson
Founder, Michi

“If I need a healthy airport snack I will grab a green tea, a bag of mixed nuts, a fruit bowl, or an orange and banana.”

 

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W3ll_headshots_white_51 (1) copy (1)Shirley Pinkson
Co-founder, W3LL PEOPLE

“I always grab a bag of almonds, a banana, and a big bottle of water.”

 

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SeamusMullen_23_V2Seamus Mullen
Chef, restaurateur, and author

“Grass-fed beef jerky by Field Trip or Lawless Jerky, nori snacks by SeaSnax, raw veggies, an avocado, and a good glass jar of tuna.”

 

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_MG_6667Michele Promaulayko
Editor-in-chief, Yahoo Health

“A superfood instant organic oatmeal, like the one from Vigilant Eats, an apple and almond butter, and hard-boiled eggs.”

 

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12132653_10153694599902188_7717786086850054748_oTara Stiles
Founder, Strala Yoga

“A banana, or a side of rice and beans from a Mexican place for something more substantial.”

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