Fast Food – PART II

June 16, 2009

What I Recommend and Where

• Arby’s Roast Chicken Deluxe Sandwich (from the Lite menu) Roast Turkey Deluxe Sandwich (from the Lite menu) Roast Chicken Salad
• Burger King BK Broiler Chicken Sandwich Broiled Chicken Salad
• Carl’s Jr. BBQ Chicken Sandwich Chicken Salad
• Boston Market Turkey Carver Sandwich Chicken Carver Sandwich Turkey Breast combined with 1 small side dish: Steamed Vegetables Garlic and Dill New Potatoes Whole-Kernel Corn Rice Pilaf Fruit Salad Zucchini Marinara
• Chicken Breast combined with 1 small side dish: Steamed Vegetables Garlic and Dill New Potatoes Whole-Kernel Corn Rice Pilaf Fruit Salad Zucchini Marinara
• Hardee’s Chicken Fillet Grilled Chicken Salad
• Jack in the Box Chicken Fajita Pita Grilled Chicken Fillet Sandwich Chicken Teriyaki Bowl (this is two meals)
• KFC Tender Roast Chicken (white meat, without skin, with a small serving of mashed potatoes)
• Long John Silver’s FlavorBaked Fish combined with 1 small side dish: Baked Potato (plain) Green Beans
• FlavorBaked Chicken combined with 1 small side dish: Baked Potato (plain) Green Beans
• McDonald’s Grilled Chicken Deluxe Grilled Chicken Salad Deluxe
• Subway Six-Inch Turkey Breast Sub
• Taco Bell Grilled Chicken Burrito Grilled Chicken Soft Taco
• Wendy’s Grilled Chicken Sandwich Grilled Chicken Salad

Conclusion: Fast Food Can Fit into Your Program


Let’s go over our rules one more time before you give in to temptation at a fast-food restaurant and order something you know you shouldn’t—like a Big Mac, a Whopper, an order of fries, an apple pie, etc.—think good and hard about whether it’s worth it or not. I’ll tell you right now that by the time you finish eating those fries or that Big Mac, you’re going to realize it was a mistake!

Remember this—it’s just food—you control it; it doesn’t control you! I can help you build a lean, healthy body, but you’ve got to do your part. I’m not telling you that you can’t eat fast food. That’s not realistic. However, don’t make the mistake of thinking that junk foods are okay; they’re not.
If you remember only one thing from reading this article, it should be this: almost all fast-food joints offer a grilled chicken sandwich. Load that sucker up with lettuce and tomato, ketchup, and mustard or try salsa or a low-fat salad dressing on your chicken sandwich; you might be surprised how good it is!
Remember, if you don’t think a chicken sandwich is going to fill you up, or you know from experience it didn’t fill you up last time, try drinking 12 oz of water before you even start to eat your meal, and then drink another 12 oz of water or iced tea with your food. Eat slowly, and remember not to get too filled up because you have to eat again in another few hours!
Remember, pulling into a fast-food restaurant is not a sin—making the wrong decision at a fast-food restaurant is!

About the Author:

Victoria Johnson is the nation’s premier Health & Fitness and Wealth & Spirit “activist.” Victoria is the owner and president of Victoria Johnson Intl., a personal training, consulting, marketing and management company. She is not only a fitness guru, she’s a born and bred entrepreneur. She believes everyone should be healthy and prosperous. She has produced and starred in over 24 award-winning exercise and dance fitness DVD’s and videos, produced and starred in her own television show entitled “Victoria’s Body Shoppe” and most recently authored her third book, Body Revival, Lose Weight, Feel Great and Pump Up Your Faith! 


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