Healthy Fastfood. Thursday , September 27th , 2018 - 05:47:23 AM
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.
A single hamburger at a fast food restaurant is pretty reasonable. The McDonald's plain 'ole hamburger with its signature onions contains 250 calories with a reasonable saturated fat count and decent serving of protein. To cut back on the calories associated with a fast food hamburger, you can eliminate some of the extras that increase the overall fat content of the meal. For example, forgo the slice of cheese on a Wendy's Jr. Cheeseburger Deluxe and save 40 calories. Take off the mayonnaise to reduce your burger by 25 calories. Want to save carbs and calories regarding your healthy fast food selections? Eat your burger on half-a-bun and save 60 calories. All together, the 125-calorie cut still allows you to savor the taste of bacon and juicy hamburger accompanied by nutritious tomatoes and lettuce. Additionally, you can also select smaller burger choices, as a Whopper Jr. without mayo (290 calories) tastes just as good as its 510-calorie cousin.
Scan the menus of popular chains, such as Pizza Hut, and you will learn about healthy fast food choices, such as the Thin-n-Crispy selections, which offers less bread and crust. To create a healthier pizza meal, eliminate the meat toppings and load up on popular veggie creations, including onions, olives, peppers, and jalapenos. Pizza Hut also offers "Fit-n-Delicious" pizzas, where the diced red tomato, mushroom, and jalapeno selection provides 150-calorie slices.
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