Healthy Fastfood. Thursday , September 27th , 2018 - 09:02:57 AM
People want healthy fast food chains! Why? Because they don't want to give up the extreme convenience of driving up for a quick meal, no dishes to clean, and the kids love to go inside to eat where there is child size playground equipment. It's a habit, especially in the US, that families don't want to give up, no matter what the consequences are. A few years ago, these chains began to take notice of the criticisms heaped upon their offerings. They began with posting charts of comparative calorie and nutrient content, then a few ads for their newer, healthier dishes and snacks. Salad choices appeared on the menus, and deep fried chicken gained a new partner, grilled chicken.
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.
In general, Asians eat very healthy, focusing rather on vegetables than meat, but fast food restaurants often serve high calorie versions of these healthy meals. Prefer stir-fried, steamed, broiled, baked or roasted foods to fried and battered ones. When it comes to sauces, wasabi, ginger and low-sodium soy sauce are much healthier options than regular soy sauce, sweet & sour sauce or coconut milk.
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