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Quiz: Can you spot the healthier food option?

What you think might be good for you could have hidden surprises

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By Police1 Staff

Eating right, maintaining a healthy weight and exercising are key to overall well-being and is even more important for officers given the demands of the job. Unfortunately, eating right while on patrol is easier said than done.

Every time you eat, you are making a decision about your health. You can choose to eat something that will properly fuel your body and promote muscle growth and fat loss, or you can choose to eat something that undermines your fitness efforts.

Eating healthy on duty is more than just picking what you think looks healthy. It involves taking the time to read the nutrition labels. What you think might be good for you could have hidden surprises. Take our quiz below to see if you can choose the healthier food option.

How did you do? Make sure to share your results and challenge your colleagues to match or beat your score. Check out the following articles to further expand your knowledge:

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