Life

Diet

Health tip: Start the day with eggs

If it’s not even noon and you’re already famished, you’re probably not eating the right food for breakfast.

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Cookbook for the pro trucker

Roadcookin’: A long haul driver’s guide to healthy eating by Pam Whitfield and Don Jacobson shows how long haul truckers can deal with weight and health issues through food planning.

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Health tip: Fix your own food

Most ready-made snacks are low in vitamins, nutrients, and protein and high in calories, fat, sugar, and sodium.

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Vitamins and meal replacements

The Roadside Medical Clinic + Lab Driver Body Fuel backpack is filled with 30 days of vitamins, supplements, protein shakes and other healthy dieting supplies.

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Blimpie’s subs made healthy

Blimpie's subs are offered in an automatically healthier style, the "lighter" style without cheese or sauce. Try these subs out for a healthier sandwich.

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Healthy McDonald’s breakfast

While the McGriddle or sausage egg and cheese biscuit may sound good for breakfast, McDonald's offers some healthier options for the morning meal.

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Health tip: Eat a peppermint

Feeling sluggish? Pop a peppermint.

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Healthy burgers at DQ

Dairy Queen is very well known for their sweet desserts. They do offer a menu of entrees and meals, too, though. If you get a hankering for DQ, try these burgers for a healthier option.

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Eating utensil and multi-tool

The Columbia River Eat’N Tool is a multi-tool that combines a spoon, fork, bottle opener, screwdriver, pry tip and three metric wrench reliefs.

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Picking breakfast at BK

There are more choices for breakfast on the road than you might think. A lot of them, however, are very unhealthy. If you swing by a Burger King, try these options.

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