January 2011 Issue

Fast Food on a Bun: How Do They Stack Up?

Any of us would be hard pressed to find someone who NEVER eats fast food. Say you’re travelling, and the only food for miles is at the highway rest stop. Your day doesn’t go quite as scheduled and the hour you had planned to go home for a nice meal turns into 15 minutes on the road. Or maybe you just have one of those good, old-fashioned cravings. Whatever the reason, when you’re pulling up to that drive-thru window or moseying up to that counter to place your order, knowing the pros and cons of the various sandwiches offered can help you choose more wisely and order an item that can fit into a healthy eating plan.

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