Fast-food restaurants like Wendy’s, Taco Bell, and Tropical Smoothie have added more than two dozen new items to menu boards at the drive-thru in March. While some dishes should be avoided for their high fat and sodium content, others offer a more healthful approach to a quick lunch while on the go.
We got some insight from nutrition expert Jamie Lee McIntyre, MS, RDN, on what to order and her top tips on making some of these new dishes healthier for you. If you’re eager to try some of the newest fast-food dishes out there, keep reading.
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Per sandwich: 830 calories, 51 g fat, 55 g carbs, 36 g protein
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