Due to the sedentary lifestyles of many professional drivers, it is easy for them to be at risk for things such as high blood pressure, sleep apnea, diabetes, heart disease, and other illnesses. Sleep deprivation affects many drivers across the nation and effects those who don’t practice healthy sleeping habits. Sleep deprivation for drivers can […]

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Avocado, Peanuts, and Cheese, Oh My! Fat-free, low-fat, reduced fat, Oh No! There are so many confusing messages on diets in today’s social media realm. So, what are we REALLY suppose to believe? Let’s break it down. Fat is essential for a healthy body for many reasons including: Brain: Fat is key for brain health, […]

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As we embark on yet another new year, make a pact to be healthy, in all that “healthy” embodies. While we all know that our physical health is important, total wellness encompasses mental, emotional and spiritual health, too. Our thoughts and emotions are intricately linked to our physical well-being. Every negative emotion (ie. stress, anger) […]

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With the holidays coming to a close and the New Year’s resolutions rolling in, you may be wondering how to shed some weight in 2017! Walking is one of the most underrated, natural sources of exercise. Walking is efficient, easy and light on your joints. In addition, it can be done almost anywhere! Some benefits […]

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For many, the diet is the first casualty when starting out as a driver. Eating nutrient dense whole foods out on the road can be challenging at times, even for the healthiest of drivers. Most individuals, especially drivers, do not get the 90 essential nutrients or 60 essential minerals needed for their body’s repair and […]

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THIS JUST IN – All carbohydrates are not evil! Carbohydrates or Carbs as they are often referred, have been given a bad rap lately, so let’s take a deeper look at them and get to the truth about how our bodies use carbohydrates. It is important to know that many carbohydrates are converted into sugars […]

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Stress is our bodies natural survival response to keep us alive when we experience a life threatening event. It is commonly referred to as the fight -or- flight response. When that response is sustained over long periods of time it can become harmful to our health. Chronic stress influences our body, mood, and behavior. There […]

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