Top 12 Healthy Fast Food Choices


Although most options at fast food restaurants are far from good for you, you may be surprised to learn the details about some of the better options. Here are the top 12 healthy fast food choices that will allow you to enjoy a tasty meal without packing on the pounds.

1. McDonald’s Premium Grilled Chicken Classic Sandwich

While it’s difficult to resist the delicious, salty lure of a packet of McDonald’s fries or the call of a Quarter Pounder, not everything in this popular fast food establishment will add inches to your waistline.

In particular, you should consider the premium grilled chicken classic sandwich, which is one of the healthiest options in store. It is based around grilled breast meat, making it an excellent source of lean protein.

If you choose to order the premium grilled chicken classic sandwich without any mayonnaise on it, you will cut around 50 calories and at least 5 grams from your meal, making it a truly virtuous choice.

Other healthy customization options include adding extra lettuce, tomato and pickle, which will help to keep you feeling fuller for longer thanks to their high fiber and water content.

Further, if you’re really watching your figure, you can forgo eating the top or bottom half of your burger bun to reduce your lunch or dinner by a further hundred calories. If you pair your premium grilled chicken classic sandwich with a fresh ice water and choose a packet of fruit for dessert, you’ll have consumed a perfectly healthy and nutritious meal in spite of eating it McDonald’s.


  1. VeeBu

    April 30, 2014 at 7:28 am

    You’ve got to be joking me?! Anyone who claims a whopper Jr is ever a good option obviously has no grasp of what constitutes healthy. Advice like this is helping no one, or at least, not their health.

    • DharkSoul

      May 3, 2014 at 5:29 am

      You have no idea what your talking about or you just have no understanding of this article.
      This article is about healthier choices of Junk food as in if you going to eat junk food then whats least damaging!
      This article is NOT a recommendation of healthy foods.

  2. Health_Conscious

    May 5, 2014 at 12:46 am

    There is a difference between a “healthier” choice at a restaurant and “clean” eating. Although some of these choices are healthier options, the ingredients/preservatives used to make these seemingly healthy foods are disappointing, to say the least…

  3. Bill

    May 8, 2014 at 1:00 am

    You realize that Mahi Mahi is fish, right? As in your line about if someone’s not keen on fish to try Mahi Mahi instead? Yeah, Mahi Mahi is delicious but it is in fact fish.

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