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Christmas choices

TRUCK DRIVERS’ work environment may consist of long sedentary hours and possibly limited access to healthy food options, putting you at a greater risk of conditions like heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. But balancing exercise and eating is possible with a bit of planning, practice and discipline.

With Christmas just around the corner, here are some tips to help your waistline while on the job.


The best way to make lasting changes to your diet and health is by starting small.

Simply try downsizing

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