Anika Shields. Healthy Fastfood. September 27th , 2018.
While many of us understand that fast foods are not healthy choices, many of us also have busy lives that do not allow us to cook home cooked meals every night. For people like this, there is ways that you can make your fast food meals healthier. To begin, avoid eating meats, or anything that is grilled or fried. Instead, order a salad. The salads sold at fast food restaurants are much healthier than the burgers! Also try purchasing fruit with your meal. Many of these restaurants will offer a side of fruit such as apples or oranges. These sides are much healthier for you than the French fry alternatives. When purchasing a drink, avoid soda. Instead, drink a healthy alternative such as juice or water. Most carbonated drinks that are obtained from a fountain are not healthy for your body.
If people want healthy food, they need to stop buying unhealthy items, and purchase healthy choices. But sometimes, that void in the tummy can only be satisfied by again getting the 1400 calorie triple double cheeseburger with fat fried cheese potatoes....until you bite into it and discover the truth about food - once you get used to eating healthy food, your body changes, your mouth and mind realize that, hey, that bad stuff doesn't taste so good after all! It is greasy, upsets your stomach, makes you tired and crabby...and, well, let's get some fruit and yogurt instead, along with a healthy bun grilled chicken sandwich.....
The second thing to remember when looking at healthy foods is to avoid any special sauces, mayonnaise, bacon, and cheese. These will have a lot of calories, increase cholesterol, sodium, and aren't that great to eat. If you can't resist the draw of these things, make sure you get a smaller size.
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