How to Eat Healthy at Fast Food Chains

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Taco Bell
Taco Bell's Fresco Menu (their version of a diet menu) has seven items that are 350 calories or less, and range between 3.5 grams of fat (the Fresco Chicken Soft Taco) and 9 grams (the Fresco Bean Burrito). On the regular menu, a Chicken Soft Taco has 6 grams of fat and 170 calories, and the regular Bean Burrito is 11 grams of fat and 370 calories. Fat-free pico de gallo is a good choice over other toppings.

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When you're trying to eat healthy, a fast-food restaurant doesn't exactly seem like a great dining option. Burgers, fries, and milkshakes probably aren't your best bet if you're on a diet. But over the past several years, fast-food chains have taken major strides to offer menu selections that are decidedly healthy. So when we're hungry and have nowhere else to turn, a quick study of the menu board at these fast-food destinations can show that it's not all so terrible after all. - Rani Long, The Daily Meal
Healthiest Menu Items at Fast Food Chains

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