The Key To Making Healthy Fast Food Choices as a Diabetic

Diabetes will definitely keep you on your toes when it comes to diet, but when that urge to get some comfort food from a fast food restaurant hits, like it does for most of us, is all lost? Or can you still find something to enjoy?

Well according to an article from (Rescue Your Fast Food Meal – by Mark Bricklin) All hope is not lost. Clearly you cannot just order whatever sounds good, but many restaurants include items on their menu that are tasty and are a safe choice nutritionally. Probably the biggest key is educating yourself about the nutritional facts before going to the restaurant of choice which is usually pretty easy these days, simply go to their website and track down the facts. Choosing before you go can also help you from being as tempted as when you are hungry and browsing the menu in the store. Mark found that from Arby’s “the regular Roast Beef sandwich (350 calories, 12 grams of fat, 39 grams of carbs) and the Melt sandwich (330 calories, 11 grams of fat, 40 grams of carbs)” is a viable choice for many and that at Burger King one of the healthiest options is “the TenderGrill Chicken Sandwich without mayo (360 calories and 7 grams of fat, 5 of them saturated)”.

Without putting in too much work something viable can be found at many restaurants, so don’t loose hope just put in a little homework and enjoy a meal out occasionally.

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