Are you a keto*-friendly dieter who loves to travel? Whether you're exploring a new city, hiking through the wilderness or lounging on a tropical beach, staying true to your low-carb, high-fat lifestyle can be a challenge on the road. That's why we've put together the ultimate keto*-friendly traveler's checklist. From electrolyte supplements and compression socks to portable better-for-you fat sources and snack bars, we've got all the essentials to keep you fueled on your next adventure. So, grab your suitcase and get ready to hit the road with confidence!


  • Electrolyte supplements (to help with electrolyte balance)
  • Probiotic supplement (to help keep your GI system running smooth)
  • Sunscreen (to help protect skin from sunburn)
  • Insect repellent (to help stop insect bites)
  • Compression socks (to help with circulation on long flights or car rides)
  • Resistance bands (for on-the-go exercising and stretching)
  • Essential oils (for aromatherapy and potential stress relief)
  • Sleeping mask and earplugs (to help with sleep on long flights or in noisy hotel rooms)
  • Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes (to keep hygiene on your mind wherever you are)
  • First aid kit (including items like bandages, pain relievers and antihistamines)
  • Reusable water bottle (to help with hydration)


  • Keto*-friendly protein bars (for a quick snack or meal replacement on-the-go)
  • Nuts and seeds (almonds, walnuts and sunflower seeds for easy-to-eat fats and protein)
  • Nut butter packets (almond or peanut butter for a quick and filling snack)
  • Jerky or meat sticks (beef or turkey for a portable protein snack)
  • Individual protein powder packets (to add to shakes or smoothies for a quick and convenient snack or meal on the go)
  • Collagen peptide sticks (to add to your coffee for a little more satiety)
  • Low-carb, high-fiber crackers (such as flaxseed crackers or cheese whisps for a quick, crunchy snack)
  • Nonperishable, keto*-friendly snacks

 Infographic of the keto traveler's must-have wellness and nutrition checklists.



*Always consult your physician before starting an eating plan that involves regular consumption of high-fat foods.