Chris Sonnier and wife Donna Muh take a spin class at H-E-B's Fit Camp. SAN ANTONIO — Chris Sonnier knew he was in trouble when he tipped the scale at 300 pounds, found out he was in the first stage of diabetes, and was prescribed medication for high blood pressure and cholesterol. “I decided I needed to make a lifestyle change if I want to live another 30-plus years,” Sonnier told SN. Thanks to his employer — the H.E. Butt Grocery Co. — Sonnier ...
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