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Day hike nutrition tips are important for feeling your best, no matter what the trail throws at you.
Hiking For Her knows a thing or two about biochemistry, nutrition and what travels well in a backpack.
But long scientific explanations are boring.
And all of those long names of biomolecules?
Hikers like you want practical, easy to remember nutrition tips.
So here they are, in alphabetical order.
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In your day hike lunch sack, be sure to include crunchy, savory, satisfying foods like these!
Notice what we're doing here?
The alphabet is a great way to organize these day hike nutrition tips, and make no mistake, these B's are the best!
Make full use of the nutritional might of bananas, blueberries, bison (buffalo) jerky and nut butters for all of these great reasons:
Don't overlook unusual and enticing nut butters in your day hike repertoire!
Nuts are powerhouses of trace minerals like copper and zinc, and provide lots of nutrition for hard working muscles.
Nothing satisfies more than healthy fats, and the right kinds of delicious chocolate, cashews and coconut will keep you satisfied as well as fueled up for your hike.
And if you're clever (I have full confidence in you), why not combine all four of these day hike nutrition tips into one great trail mix?
Okay, we're having way too much fun here!
But sometimes it feels good to be silly and serious simultaneously, doesn't it?
Keep your eye on this page for more ABCs of hiking nutrition tips as we work our way through the alphabet of options for your lunch sack.
Only the nutrition dense yet tasty stuff will make it onto these infographics.
And I hope to surprise you with some unusual options that you'd love to try on your next hike.
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