Making healthy meal choices often takes planning, especially when you work the third shift. There are few great choices at 3:00 a.m. if you want to eat a healthy meal. Making poor meal choices will affect your health and safety on the job. Chief John Bouthillette, a lead instructor with the VALOR Program, has a conversation with Lieutenant Brandon Post of the Provo, Utah, Police Department about meal planning and simple ways to prepare your on-duty meals ahead of time to avoid poor choices. They also discuss how to understand your metabolism so that you can better determine how much food you need to maintain or lose weight.
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