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To help you do the same, Eat This, Not That! has compiled this list of 10 fast food meals under 500 calories. (Tell the clown we sent you.) Less Than 500 Calories at Wendy’s. Stats: 450 calories, 27g fat, 20g carbohydrates, 3g fiber, 35g protein Dietitian’s tips: If you need a bit less to meet your goals, skip the croutons or go halfsies on the dressing to slash the calories. Close contenders: 2. BK Veggie Burger (Without Mayo) Vegetarians, rejoice: This sandwich makes it easy to meet your protein needs when fast food is the ticket.

Sometimes life gets in the way and eating fast food is inevitable, but it doesn’t have to derail your diet—and it won’t if you know what to order. To help you out, we created this Eat This, Not That! exclusive guide. The eight meals below are all less than 500 calories and have a reasonable amount of fat, sodium and sugar. There are lots of good, healthy options to consider at Panera, but for tasty small meal, go for a half salad and add the white balsamic vinaigrette for a sweet, light finish. Total Calories: 280.

350 calories. 9 g fat. 28 g protein. 820 mg sodium. 42 g carbohydrates.

3 g fiber. 8 g sugar. As fast-food options go, grilled chicken sandwiches generally make better healthy lunches than. 26 Fast-Food Lunches That Are Actually Healthy Yes, it’s true! These lunches are great options for those days when you just can’t get around to packing your own — because it definitely happens.

★ SUBSCRIBE for new episodes every Thursday! http://bit.ly/MindOverMunch ★ Today I share a healthy meal choice at different fast food restaurants, including. “While many fast food companies are going to lower-carb, nutritious, or healthy menu options, Carl’s Jr. has kind of gone the opposite direction in. 190 calories, 11 g fat (4.5 g saturated fat), 330 mg sodium, 15 g carbs (3 g fiber, 2 g sugar), 8 g protein.

Turn to tacos next time you’re at your favorite Mexican fast-food joint because Taco Bell’s Doritos options are so weird that they’re worth a try. Fast food restaurants may seem like the last place where you could find a healthy and hearty breakfast, as many options are packed with more than a day’s worth of sodium, sugar, and calories.

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Be aware, however, that some of these better options still contain a lot of empty calories or may pose other health risks.

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A Burger King Whopper with a large fries and a Coke has 1,375 calories, yet there is no surgeon general’s warning on fast-food wrappers (Healthy Weight Forum n.d.).

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It’s easy enough if you eat all of your meals at restaurants that print the calorie count of every entrée, appetizer, and side item right on the menu, but it’s much more difficult at home and elsewhere.

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Food sellers count on 300 Calories sounding better than 300,000 calories.

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So eating that burger and chips takes a huge bite out of your recommended calorie intake.

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The same goes for 100-calorie products that are packaged to seem as healthy as possible.

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But, there are fast food options that are lower in calories and salt.

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These healthy choices have very few calories and lots of vitamins and minerals.

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And how am I supposed to findtime to eat healthy meals when I can barely manage to graba fast-food lunch during theday at work?

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The problem with these fast foods is that they provide virtually empty calories, adding tremendously to your caloric intake and very little in the way of nutrition.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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