Drowsy driving advice for “MyNationwide”

Sally’s advice in Drowsy driving feature for “MyNationwide” by Dan Lance:

  • jugglingly Smart fuel. What you eat on the road makes a huge impact. So avoid sandwiches, starchy meals and starchy snacks, because they’re energy drainers. Instead, eat “snack” sized meals with fruits, veggies and protein-loaded items. “This would include bananas, apples, raw nuts, healthy protein bars and peeled hard-boiled eggs,” says nutritionist Sally Kravich, who is also author of the book, Vibrant Living. “Green tea and teas with licorice root and eleuthero are also good. Avoid sugar in coffee because it will reduce your blood sugar. And take some calcium the evening before, and then get a good night’s sleep.”

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