Travelling as a vegan is already tough…but even more so when you’re a pregnant vegan! Flying home to Vancouver at 28 weeks was my last trip, and I think I finally mastered it! It’s all about healthy, live snacks. I love my kale chips, and this new chia pudding I found in New York (I’m totally going to learn how to make my own!!).
One thing I always wear are compression socks, and I also stay super hydrated and pump the vitamin C. My #1 tip for travel would be to get up and move around the cabin. I like to do “plane yoga” whenever I can! That usually includes some forward folds and half moons. If there’s room in the back, I will even do some hip-openers like a standing thread the needle and eagle poses to release my shoulders.
Now that I’m pregnant, it’s even more important to stay moving during the flights. As soon as I land I slug back some Sunwarrior Liquid Light to make sure I replace my lost electrolytes, and I include some raw coconut water and a green juice if available.
On this last trip I also managed to get through a big chunk of birthing and parenting reading. There’s so much to cover on that topic…so I will save that for another blog.
Until then, check out my plane goodies and plane bathroom selfie! (note my other must haves: Bose noise cancelling headphones and an eye mask). You can call me high-maintenance, but at least I was as comfortable as I could have been with big belly and dealing with that extra air pressure! I honestly don’t know how women travel in their 8th month. I’m done with planes for now.
Our amazing team of Sunwarriors creates the healthiest Plant-Based Proteins & Supplements. Our mission is to nourish & Transform The Planet.
Claims on this site have not been evaluated by the FDA. Information on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We encourage you to do your own research.. Seek the advice of a medical professional before making any changes to your lifestyle or diet.
Share This Post
Sunwarrior likes to share. Please feel free to repost articles as long as you always link back to the original and credit the author.