Top 10 Health Products to take when Traveling?

What are your ‘Must Have’ Health Products that you always take with you, when you go away?

Recently I’ve been getting asked:

“I’m going away soon, and don’t have a lot of space in my bag…what would you recommend are the ‘must have’ Health Products to take with you when traveling?”

The more I thought about it, the more I realized what a good question it was.

See, there are many health products that, while they’re good to take, you can easily do without them for a week or two.

And then, there’s other key items that I’ve been VERY grateful and relieved to have with me at times, because they really supported me, or helped me to overcome a significant challenge.

Plus, I’m going away in about a month, so it wasn’t purely hypothetical…I would have to consider what to take soon. So here’s what I came up with:

Bear in mind that, as I say in the video, everyone is unique and different, so your ‘Must Haves’ might be a little different than mine.

Still, I thought that, by going through my ‘must haves,’ and more importantly, the reason I prioritise them above anything else, it’ll help you to create your own list if/when you next go away somewhere.

For instance, while I love Omega 3, and I know it’s very important, it didn’t make the Top 10…because my body is, at least now, not deficient in it, and it can happily go for a few weeks without it.

Not so the 10 Items on this list…I’m glad to have them with me.

What are your ‘Must Have’ Health Products, that you take with you while traveling?

I’d love to know!

Leave a comment underneath the video to let me know, and also if you have any questions, or any suggestions for topics for future videos.

It’s my intent to start releasing one of these quick, no nonsense trainings a week, answering the questions that YOU have about Health.

If you like it, or have a question of your own you’d like me to answer, please post under the Video, and, (assuming it’s not a medical issue), I’ll make sure to make a video answering your question for one of these weekly videos.

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Elwin Robinson

Elwin Robinson is the Founder of Lion Heart Herbs, Europe's #1 Educator on the Taoist approach to Health, and #1 Supplier of High Quality and Affordable Taoist Tonic Herbs to the World.

Elwin is also the Founder of Complete Detox Academy, Taoist Health Academy, the Health Coaching Institute and High Energy Academy, as well as the author of 'the Easy Exhaustion Cure' and 'the 4 Step Safe and Effective Detox Action Plan'.

Elwin is highly Enthusiastic about empowering people to feel Energized, Joyful and Alive, Naturally and Sustainably, and has worked over 5 years with over 1000 clients towards this goal. Elwin is particularly passionate about working with clients who are highly committed to reaching high levels of Health, Energy and Wellbeing, by natural and sustainable means.

Elwin has always been interested in Health since childhood. With a mother who had cancer 4 times, and a father with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Elwin is determined to get to the Root Causes of what really creates Disease, and what it really takes to have Outstanding Health and Wellbeing. After suffering from Health Challenges all his life, Elwin became determined, in 2007, to 'Get his Energy back or Die Trying', and, with this level of Resolve, made rapid progress, after a few false starts, which led him naturally, organically, after many requests, to dedicate himself full time to helping others get the kind of Results that he had achieved.
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4 Comments

  1. Francesco June 22, 2015 at 3:21 pm #

    Hi.
    At first sorry for my poor english,i’m italian.
    Each of us has special needs in terms of supplement,so,what i’m about to say is not written on the stone.
    1.Full spectrum superfood (as a multivitamin);
    Instead of a synthetic multi, a superfood is always better absorbable. Then i would consider:
    Bee Pollen or Spirulina or Chlorella (but i think that Spirulina and Bee Pollen has a little hint more than chlorella because of their anti-microbs power,which is important when you travel).
    2.A good probiotic;
    My current choice is Prescript Assist or on the reverse,something to nourish your flora, as inulin,which is also much more cheap.
    3.Akalynization
    To stay alkalyn is always demanding during a journey and a naural method to provide you with good minerals and remain hydrate is celtic salt or hymalayan salt, 1/3 of a tsp in a big glass of water, 4 or 5 times per day.
    4.Vitamin C;
    Assuming the best synthetic type of ascorbic acid is pretty expensive (Quali – C and it is also the only one non-chinese),what about a natural one as camu camu or acerola.
    5.Protect your liver!
    In a journey,your liver is easly under attack, so make sure you have something as Desmodium per example.
    6.Vitamin D
    It is the big superstar of this time. Lack of this vitamin is a planetary issue.Dr Coimbra is doing wonder in Brazil. So make sure you are adding it to your nutritional plan together with his counterpart vit.K2 M7.
    7. Adaptogens.
    In case of stress or tiredness an adaptogen is always a good choice and i would add Siberian Ginseng or Ashwagandha, both in a consistent dosage.
    8.Sleeping.
    Do you miss your pillow? Consider taking with you melatonin (dosage depends on age) or l-glycin.

    • Elwin June 22, 2015 at 8:07 pm #

      Awesome, thanks for adding your perspective Francesco. I was tempted to add in melatonin, as I do take it with me as a ‘just in case’ thing, but decided it was not quite important enough for the top 10, as i rarely actually use it these days.

  2. Nina June 22, 2015 at 11:06 pm #

    I really love these recommendations and most of the products I’ve used while travelling with great success. I am thrilled to hear there will be a digest blend soon!! Funnily enough, I was thinking of how amazing it would be to have a digestive herbal blend at hand and was going to ask whether you were adding such a blend to the range anytime soon, or I’d have to blend one up myself from the LLH herbs for digestion you mentioned in a previous video. 🙂 Personally, I would also bring a high strength, high quality probiotic for my still somewhat compromised gut and to ward off infection if I went to more tropical country along with Immune, etc. Very helpful video!

    • Elwin July 9, 2015 at 3:59 am #

      Good point about probiotic Nina…I tend to go to places that have fermented foods and drink available (last few locations to travel were Austin, TX; Thailand, Bali and San Francisco, CA), but yeah, if i went anywhere where probiotics foods and drinks were not available, i agree, that would be in the top 10!
      Digest is on it’s way soon, yay 🙂

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