10 Fast Food Meals That Are Actually Not Bad For Your Health
- 1 10 Fast Food Meals That Are Actually Not Bad For Your Health
- 1.1 Burger King Grilled Chicken Sandwich
- 1.2 Culver’s Beef Pot Roast Sandwich
- 1.3 Papa John’s Mediterranean Veggie Pizza
- 1.4 Taco Bell Fresco Crunchy Taco
- 1.5 Jimmy John’s Slim 2 Roast Beef
- 1.6 Wendy’s Apple Pecan and Chicken Salad
- 1.7 Carl’s Jr/Hardee’s Charbroiled BBQ Chicken Sandwich
- 1.8 Arby’s Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu Sandwich
- 1.9 Panda Express Broccoli Beef
- 1.10 In-n-Out Hamburger (minus spread)
You’ve heard plenty of stories over the years about how fast food meals can be dangerous to your health. But as it turns out, many eateries are starting to bring out healthier options. They are doing this as a means of making their foods more appealing to the masses. There’s also a sense of responsibility among many of these places. The best part of these healthier meals is that not all of them are salads.
Burger King Grilled Chicken Sandwich
By grilling its chicken, Burger King avoids adding unnecessary fats and oils. The sandwich is 430 calories and comes with a tomato slice.
Culver’s Beef Pot Roast Sandwich
Culver’s is growing as one of the most appealing fast food spots in the country. The beef pot roast sandwich features 410 calories and includes a braised chuck roast body. It is best to avoid the pickle to keep the sodium content.
Papa John’s Mediterranean Veggie Pizza
A slice of this Papa John’s pizza is about 180 calories. You’ll get banana peppers, mushrooms, tomato slices, and black olives in this outstanding option.
Taco Bell Fresco Crunchy Taco
The fresco version of Taco Bell’s taco features lettuce, tomato bits, onions, and a light amount of ground beef. A single taco is 150 calories, so you could order two if desired. But order a crunchy version to keep from taking in more sodium than what you can handle.
Jimmy John’s Slim 2 Roast Beef
The smaller design of Jimmy John’s sandwich is great, but the added lettuce, tomato, and other vegetables provide more for your body. The sandwich is 480 calories and is available with a lettuce wrap if you prefer that option.
Wendy’s Apple Pecan and Chicken Salad
The great thing about the items on this list is that they don’t all involve salads. But for those looking for a unique salad option, there’s this choice from Wendy’s. The 340-calories apple salad features grilled chicken and fresh lettuce leaves all around.
Carl’s Jr/Hardee’s Charbroiled BBQ Chicken Sandwich
Carl’s Jr, or Hardee’s if you’re on the east coast, has a barbecue chicken sandwich with 350 calories. The fresh chicken flavor stands out thanks to the lack of bread. But make sure you order this without a pickle.
Arby’s Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu Sandwich
You can get this chicken cordon bleu sandwich from Arby’s at 390 calories. But be sure to hold off on the mayo, as that can add calories and sodium.
Panda Express Broccoli Beef
Panda Express makes many healthy items in its Chinese meals. The broccoli beef features 150 calories per serving and incorporates ginger soy sauce for added flavors. You can add mixed vegetables as the main side for the entrée if you wish.
In-n-Out Hamburger (minus spread)
One trick to consider if you’re going to In-n-Out on the west coast is to avoid adding the restaurant’s spread on your burger. The spread can add extra saturated fat and calories, thus making a light option dangerous. The In-n-Out burger is 310 calories without the spread. Add onions and mustard to the burger instead.