Healthy Fastfood. Thursday , September 27th , 2018 - 11:50:32 AM
If you feel like having a burger, you can significantly reduce calories by going for a regular single burger instead of a large double or triple. Also order a small portion of chips instead of a large one, and water instead of coke. Skip cheese and mayonnaise, or decide on one of the two. Another possibility to create a healthy burger meal is to have salad instead of chips with your beef burger. Or choose a vegetarian burger.
Most of us have busy lives and many times we find ourselves out and about when it's mealtime or when hunger strikes. Some fitness "experts" would have you believe that the only way to eat healthy is to pack a cooler around with you. I don't know about you but I have too many other things going on to put THAT much preparation into eating healthy.
The first step is to make eating out at a fast food place a lot healthier entails taking a zero tolerance policy towards sugary beverages. This includes sodas, juice drinks, sugar loaded coffee drinks, and sweetened tea. Liquid sugar calories do little more than pack on fat. Instead, drink water. You probably need more of it in your diet anyways and your waistline will definitely thank you for it. Now for your main selection you are going to want to pick a lean meat. This does not include fried meats or meats loaded with fat such as salami, fatty burgers, or fried chicken or fried fish. Instead opt for lean cuts or grilled meats such as roast beef, chicken breast, or turkey breast. Most fast food restaurants will offer sandwiches with these options available.
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