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Share the wealth With all the tasty foods to sample on vacation, no one expects you to skip them all. Try sharing desserts and foods with your travel buddy; you'll get to try more tasty dishes while not overindulging yourself.
Walk it off Vacation is the perfect opportunity to take a walk and get in some exercise. With all the sightseeing and gorgeous scenery there's ample opportunity to offset any extra calories you might consume. If walking isn't your cup of tea—swim a few laps around the pool, jump in the ocean with your kids or try some early morning yoga. Take advantage of the unique exercise opportunities to you in your new surroundings.
A treat a day You really can't pass up gelato in Italy, crepes in France, or chocolate in Mexico—and you shouldn't have to! Try to keep your treats to one a day and after that opt for healthier choices. You won't feel like you're depriving yourself and you'll end up being choosier about your daily indulgence.'
Skip the mini-bar That little fridge filled with beverages, candy and snacks doesn't lead anywhere good. The items in the fridge are typically very pricey and certainly not healthy. Skip the mini-bar all together and both your health and your bank account will thank you.
Drink water Between the sightseeing, walking and extra amounts of sun, traveling can dehydrate your body faster than you're used to. Be sure to carry water with you wherever you go. Drinking water throughout the day can also help to curb your appetite helping to reduce your snack cravings all day.
Small plates If you're heading to the buffet line, use the smaller dessert plates to load up your meal. It's oh so easy to pile up the food at a buffet, so stick to a smaller plate and you'll automatically reduce the amount of food you take back to your seat.