Healthy Fastfood. Thursday , September 27th , 2018 - 07:34:09 AM
In fact many fast food restaurants are now posting nutritional information about their foods on their websites and in their menus. It may be wise to visit some of these sites beforehand to determine which are the best places for you to eat at in an emergency. That will make it easier for you to decide what you can and should order before you go there. If you choose the most healthy selections before you even walk in the door, you will be more able to avoid the less nutritious, high calorie options.
Eat slower. Savoring each bite and chewing more thoroughly will keep up with your body registering what you've eaten. Also, slower eating is more relaxing, allowing the digestive system to function better and leave you feeling more satisfied. Avoid bacon: Bacon is a very popular ingredient in fast food sandwiches and salads because of the extra flavor, but it's very high in fat and calories. If you want more flavor to your food, skip the bacon and settle for onions, tomatoes, mustard, or pickles instead. Don't ask for extra salt; food items in fast food restaurants are already high in sodium, and asking for extra salt will just add to the problem. Drink water; skip the soda drink, which is full of sugar and calories.
Luckily there are healthy fast food options for eating on the go. For instance, Taco Bell has the Fresco items on their "Drive-Thru Diet Menu" Whatever you do, DON'T get any of their Taco Salads thinking that they are a healthy choice! They are loaded with fat and calories. Burger King has the "Tendergrill" Chicken sandwich which is a good choice as long as you get it WITHOUT the mayo (you must order it that way because if you don't they will automatically put the mayo on it... and they do it generously which is BAD for your waistline) Also Burger Kings "Tendergrill" garden salad using fat free ranch dressing is a healthy choice. McDonald's salads are a healthy fast food option for eating on the go also. If you get one with chicken make sure you opt for grilled instead of crispy and use a limited amount of low fat dressing. The Fruit n Yogurt Parfait (7oz) can be had as a breakfast option from McDonalds also. That's about the only thing I would recommend as far as breakfast goes. I don't recommend anything from their breakfast menu.
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