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When it comes to talking about health-- and being really open and honest about it-- including something like 'Burger King' doesn't come down to accommodating different lifestyles-- that would be accommodating an UNHEALTHY one, which contradicts the supposed point of this article. Though to be fair most of the options here aren't THAT healthy in the first place.
lol burgerking lolololol wow fitness really knows a lot about nutrition wow
I think the point of these suggestions are that everyone has a different lifestyle. There are many choices here - some you can make at home and some are for people who are on the road or short on time who may have limited choices or for that matter - just want fast food on occasion. Everyone is different - this article is to try to appease all types. Its up to the individual as to what they choose.
I would love it if the nutritional data also included the sodium content. I follow a low sodium diet and while these recipes look very healthy some look to be pretty high in sodium.
yea...simmer down lol
Clearly they are trying to teach you ways to eat smarter. They are not saying GO EAT BURGER KING, they are simply saying, IF you do, choose more wisely. Simmer down
You have got to be kidding me? Is Burger King a sponser of Fitness mag? Fast food is what I spent my life recovering from!!! HORRIBLE!
you do realize how many calories you save at fast food places and at home by just leaving out the cheese?? at LEAST 120 calories. all these things would be much healthier if you left out the cheese.
"Fast food" and "healthy" are practically oxymorons, especially from a burger place that has realized that people realize that fast "food" is not healthy. Besides it being meat, the ham probably has a high sodium content and it's on white bread. How is that healthy?
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