New Liver Health Coalition Announces Free Liver Health Diet Kits For Truckers


CARLSBAD, Calif. And MONTGOMERY, Ala., Sept.2, 2020 / PRNewswire / – The Healthy Trucking Association of America (HTAA) and Amsety announce cooperation to provide long-haul truck drivers with liver-healthy food and raise industry awareness about liver health. For National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, HTTA and Amsety will be providing 60 free liver health diet kits dedicated to fleets and drivers. Each kit includes free Amsety Liver Health bars as well as liver health education materials.

Truckers face unique challenges in maintaining a healthy liver. Unhealthy eating habits, low quality of available food and a sedentary lifestyle often lead to obesity and metabolic problems in truckers. More than two-thirds of American truckers are considered obese, according to a study. As a result, truckers are particularly at risk of developing liver disease, such as fatty liver disease, fibrosis, or cirrhosis of the liver.

“Today, one in three Americans has a liver problem. Truck drivers are one of the most affected population groups because of the demands of their profession. Lack of liver health awareness and lack of snacks delicious and healthy for the liver are some of the problems. We believe that our collaboration with Amsety will contribute to the health of the truckers ”, states Bill Gordon, president of the HTAA.

Amsety and HTAA will work together to educate the trucking community about the importance of a healthy liver. Dietary and lifestyle changes are generally recommended as a primary step in liver health care. HTAA Health Coaches will use the Amsety Truckers Liver Health Score as a tool to assess drivers’ lifestyles and their effect on their liver health. Amsety will provide liver health diet kits, including Amsety bars, to fleets and drivers. Designed to meet the dietary demands of liver health, Amsety bars can help truckers replace an unhealthy snack with an alternative that supports the liver, allowing healthy eating during and after long trips.

Amsety Bars are the first bars in the US specifically designed to support liver health – 98% of liver health experts would recommend Amsety Bars. Amsety Bars are Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Ultra Low Sodium, Organic, Kosher, No Refined Sugar and contain Amsety brand Super 16 Vitamin & Mineral Mix®.

“Liver disease poses a huge health risk to Americans, and especially truckers. We want to raise awareness about liver health and provide truckers with a daily solution for better nutrition, ”says Mustafa behan, founder and CEO of Amsety.

For truckers, HTAA and Amsety have set up a dedicated offer, available under www.amsety.com/htaa.

About Amsety:

Amsety’s mission is to improve the lives of people with liver disease and provide them with liver healthy food and liver health advice. Developed by leading liver health experts, Amsety Bars are a breakthrough in the US market by being the first nutritional bars to support liver health and meet special dietary requirements for liver health. In 2018, the founder of Amsety, Mustafa behan, won the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award presented by the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce, as well as Congress’ special recognition as an entrepreneur. Amsety bars are available at www.amsety.com. The Truckers Liver Health Score is available at www.amsety.com/truckers-liver-health-score.

About HTAA:

Since 1997, the Healthy Trucking Association of America (HTAA) has had the sole focus of striving to improve the health and well-being of truck drivers, both independent owner / operators and fleet drivers. HTAA is the first national organization ever formed to tackle the lack of good health among the professional driver population in the country. HTAA integrates information on specific diseases and conditions for awareness campaigns, free screenings and models of care solution for transportation industries. More information at www.healthytruck.org.

Media contact details:
Mustafa behan
[email protected]
(442) 244-5115

SOURCE Amsety LLC

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