Drive-Thru Weight Loss IS A Possibility!
Today, many Americans are working long hours, have short lunch breaks, and simply are too tired to cook at the end of a long day. Whether a working Dad or Mom, the “breadwinners” of the family often find it easier to “take-out” or “drive-thru” for dinner than try to cook. In a nation where 2 of every 3 adults are overweight, this happens quite frequently.
But, becoming overweight because you are eating fast food does not need to be the rule, and because the food is fast and convenient does not mean that it is unhealthy. While many items on quick meal menus are extreme in fats, oils, carbohydrates, and calories, many convenience restaurants like McDonald’s, Subway, Burger King, and more, have created meals that are wholesome, nutritious, and under 600 calories, thus in keeping with the USDA recommendation of 1800-2000 calories per day for an individual to be at a natural and healthy weight.
There has been enormous research done on this, and many article written, and ones I like were done by Girls Guide To at: Fast Foods Under 350 calories and Men’s Health at: 500 Calorie Fast Food Meals Being healthy means you are eating healthy, but it doesn’t mean you MUST eat like a rabbit with only raw vegetables. While there is a diet called the Raw Foods Diet, eating sensibly and healthy means eating the minimum required calories for a day (1800-2000) until you reach your optimum weight, and eating in a nutritious and sensible manner. Dietitians and Nutritionists have worked with the fast food companies, so why should you try to create meals yourself ?
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