If it’s not even noon and you’re already famished, you’re probably not eating the right food for breakfast.
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.
Most ready-made snacks are low in vitamins, nutrients, and protein and high in calories, fat, sugar, and sodium.
The Roadside Medical Clinic + Lab Driver Body Fuel backpack is filled with 30 days of vitamins, supplements, protein shakes and other healthy dieting supplies.
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.
While the McGriddle or sausage egg and cheese biscuit may sound good for breakfast, McDonald's offers some healthier options for the morning meal.
Feeling sluggish? Pop a peppermint.
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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