Looking into nutrition at fast food restaurants can be confusing and overwhelming. You may be shocked to discover that a chicken sandwich at a fastfood restaurant, can have more fat and calories than a regular hamburger. 

 

Most fast-food places share their nutrition facts, so you can make an informed decision. Look for foods that are low in fat, calories, sugar, and sodium, while being high in fibre, vitamins, calcium, and iron. If you don't have access to the nutrition facts, there are other steps you can take to make healthier decisions. Go small with grilled meals over fried, opt for the side salad instead of the fries (but go light on the dressing), watch out for extras like bacon, and cheese, and make sure you choose water to drink. 

 

With a few simple swaps in your order, you can make your fast food experience healthier and more enjoyable.