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On the Go Snacks for Rock Climbing

When you're gearing up for a climbing trip, you want snacks that are light, easy to transport and packed full of energy. Try some of these ideas, the next time you're thinking of heading out to the gorge. 

1. Trail Mix. Trader Joes and Aldi offer a lot of affordable pre packaged trail mix options.  Be careful though, because sometimes pre packaged trail mixes have a lot of added sugar so check your ingredients.  These stores also sell individual bags of dried fruit and nuts at reasonable prices that you can purchase to make your own blend. 

2. Larabars. These things are great! Packed full of dates, nuts and fruit these bars are delicious and easy to travel with. Sometimes you can find them on sale at Kroger or Target. If you have time, you can also make your own bars using a recipe like this one from Paleo Polly - http://paleopolly.com/portfolio-items/paleo-lara-bars-a-weekend-treat/

3. Raw fruit. Oranges, apples, bananas, really anything you like! Oranges will help boost your electrolytes after an intense climb. Just make sure you don't squish your fruit in your bag! 

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Here are more ideas from Mind Body Green - http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-10731/9-healthy-affordable-snacks-for-the-road.html

The Weekly Juicery

"Give your digestive system a much need break from years of overuse. Unearth toxins and restore vitality."

 

The Weekly Juicery is another vendor that will be at our Grand Opening event on May 23.  They are a great local business that provides cold-pressed juices, juice cleanses and smoothies.

The Weekly Juicery sources their ingredients organically and locally to provide high quality products for their customers.

They've also taken the ordinary smoothie to the cleaners. No added sugar, preservatives, dairy, or other weird powders. Good for you. Good news for your health!

You can even sign up for a weekly juice subscription making it easy for you to get your healthy fix!