Healthy Fastfood. Thursday , September 27th , 2018 - 08:30:02 AM
You don't have to be a cook to make a healthy cooking for a healthy fast food. No need to use all the condiments or any food additives to have a healthy food. The more freshness of fruits and vegetables the better it taste. If you want to make some salads out vegetable or fruits try to avoid boiling or cooking them thoroughly. It will get rid of the food nutrients, if possible put them after cooking is done and just cover it. The steam or the heat from the pan will cook it and the food nutrients will remain. Make some research on the net for a good tips and advice to make a healthy fast food more valuable to our health.
Now this next tip may seem a little cruel but you need to tone down the French fries eating. I know who doesn't love some tasty fries. But again they are fried and loaded with grease and fat. Once in a while, fries are fine, but just don't make them a staple in your diet. Instead opt for the side of fruit, veggies, or a side salad. And lastly, salads can be a great meal most of the time. It all really depends on what you put on the salad. If you're going to eat a salad stay away from the fatty salad dressings, bacon bits, fried meats, or other fatty toppings that turn a "healthy" salad into nothing better than the cheeseburger and fries. Instead, load up on veggies, grilled meats, and a light dressing such as vinaigrette to keep the salad on the lighter side.
So there you have it. While most fast food meals are extremely unhealthy, there are ways that you can make them healthier. If you have no option but to order fast food, avoid ordering anything fried or grilled, order a healthy drink, keep condiments to a minimum, and keep your meal size small.
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