Hidden, Healthy Fast-Food Finds Amanda MacMillan Wednesday, May 22, 2013 The average meal at a sit-down restaurant will set you back more than 1,000 calories, 151 percent of your daily sodium, and 89 percent of your daily fat, finds a recent study. But healthier options do exist—even if they're not always on the menu. Here's what to ask for.
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Eating Healthier at Fast Food Restaurants. The items listed fall generally under 400 calories or so, under 15 grams of fat, and under about 600 milligrams of sodium. If you are going to be stuck eating at such restaurants this is a fairly good guideline to use for any meal.