Food Comparison

May 2017 Issue

Building a Better Sandwich

A couple of slices of bread filled with a bit of lean meat and maybe some veggies. Sure, if you make them at home, sandwiches can make a great light lunch or dinner entree. But picking up a deli-style sandwich at a restaurant is another story. Those sandwiches are often overly stuffed with meat, overly slathered with mayonnaise, and overly salted. That doesn’t mean you can’t fit a restaurant “sammie” into a healthy eating plan. As long as you know what to look for, there are healthier choices to be made.

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