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15 High-Protein Travel Snacks

Take these snacks with you on the road to help avoid junk food temptations.

Refrigeration Required

1. Greek Yogurt

An individual container of Greek yogurt is one of the easiest ways to get in protein. Be sure to skip the ones high in sugar and opt for plain or one that has low-sugar.

2. Protein Packs

A few of these packs give you deli meat, cheese and nuts -- great sources of protein in one prepped package.

3. Turkey and Cheese Roll-Ups

Before your trip, take some time to grab some turkey meat and cheese slices. Roll these up and store in a plastic container. These are easy to grab and eat quickly. You can also do a low-carb version by rolling up deli meat with lettuce.

4. Hard-Boiled Eggs

Boiled eggs are an easy go-to protein option. Boil as many as you may need, peel and store in a cooler or refrigerator.

5. Grilled Chicken Pieces

Ahead of time, grill some chicken, cut it up and store it in individual servings. When you need a quick snack, grab a container, pop off the lid and there you go: an easy and quick protein snack.

6. Pre-Made Protein Shakes

Having a protein shake that’s already made is convenience at its finest. There are a lot of brands to choose from to fit your fitness goals. Keep these refrigerated or in a cooler and you have protein at your fingertips.

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