Anika Shields. Healthy Fastfood. September 27th , 2018.
Well it just so happens, you do have healthy fast food choices. There are a variety of companies in the US are making just what I am talking about. Companies like Health is Wealth, are making good tasting snacks and side dishes that are easy to make, taste good, and most importantly, you can cook them up in a microwave pretty fast.
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.
Watch the sizes of the portions. If at all possible order a smaller portion. Normally a restaurant size portion is between 2 to 3 times bigger than what we would normally eat. If they don't have smaller portions, ask for a takeout bag and pack half of the meal for another day. I do this regularly every time I go out to eat, even at healthier restaurants. Just because food is healthy is no reason to eat twice as much as you need. As you can see healthy fast food eating is possible. You just need to pay attention to the healthier options they provide and order them. Then divide those portions into the size meal you would normally eat. This may seem difficult the first time you try it, but the payoff to your health is tremendous!
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