According to a study at Columbia University, people who got four hours of sleep ate 300 more calories a day compared to those who got nine hours of sleep each night.
The more muscle you have, the more calories you burn.
Most ready-made snacks are low in vitamins, nutrients, and protein and high in calories, fat, sugar, and sodium.
When hunger pangs strike on the road, chomp on a handful or two of almonds, peanuts or mixed nuts.
Official results are in, ladies and gentlemen, and we have ourselves a winner -- or two, that is, one at the carrier level and the other at the individual. Congrats to Prime Inc. for a big ...
An interview with owner-operator Glenn Keller about his fitness improvements.
Need proof "small steps can lead to big results" in attempts to lose weight? Look no farther than "Big John" Drury, who at his heaviest weighed 400 pounds, reported Local 12 News in Cincinnati, Ohio. ...
After we posted last week on the week 6 results of the Truckload Carriers Association's Weight-Loss Showdown competition among carriers and their drivers and staff members, the organization released the week 7 results, including not ...
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