Healthiest Fast Food: What To Eat When You’re On the Go

Arby’s

Eating sliced roast beef from a deli usually isn’t that bad for a diet, but Arby’s tends to really pile up the meat in between a thick bun. Not only that, but the smell of curly fries alone is too much temptation for one person to handle. You’ll have to skip the sides at Arby’s if you want to eat healthy, which is easier said than done. The Roast Turkey and Swiss Wrap isn’t a bad option here without the mayonnaise. Each one of these is rather filling, and offers up 410 calories and 30 grams of protein. Arby’s isn’t exactly shy about touting their high calorie menu, which is why it’s harder to find a healthier option here.

Hardee’s

Whether you’re in the western part of the United States where it’s known as Carl’s Jr. or everywhere else where it’s known as Hardee’s, this chain is one of the 15 largest in the world. Hardee’s loves showing off their massive burgers that add options like baby back ribs, but they do have some healthier options, as well. Hardee’s introduced a low carb menu that includes the Charbroiled Chicken Club. This bunless option without mayo still has bacon and cheese, delivering just 340 calories and 24 grams of protein. Though it’s a little high in the fat content at 22 grams, it’s still much better than most of the burgers offered.

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