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Healthy eating on the go

THE BIGGEST obstacle to healthy eating while on the road is being prepared. Inconsistent work schedules and extensive periods of driving can make it difficult to plan your meals ahead of time. Eating energy-dense, nutrient-poor foods every day, while being sedentary, is a recipe for weight gain and health problems such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.

The good news is that with a little preplanning and by making smarter choices it is possible to stay healthy.

Planning, shopping and organising your food from home to take to work means you

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