Healthy Fast Food Options to Know About

You are what you eat! And sometimes what we eat isn’t doing much justice to our bodies. That’s often because we rely on fast food when we’re busy and sometimes the options are limited, but that’s all changing. 

Restaurants are now stepping up to provide healthy options. Now, figuring out which fast food restaurants serve healthy meals can come as a challenge for most people as we generally associate fast food with bad food.  

We’ve done some research into fast food restaurants that are changing the fast food game with healthy options. Up next we’re going to tell you all about the meals you can get when you’re on-the-go and feel good about them too. 

Healthy Fast Food Options to Know About
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Chicken & Quinoa Protein Bowl with Black Beans and Greens at Starbucks

When you see chicken on the menu at any fast food joint, you often assume it’s fried and enveloped in mayonnaise. Chicken has long had that effect on most people when it comes to fast food joints, not at Starbuck though. 

With their Quinoa protein bowl, you have a nutritious plate that is consistent with a healthy diet. You have roasted corn on the plate, fresh tomatoes and greens, a bowl that is not only satisfying, but also healthy enough for your lunch. 


This protein filled bowl as the name would suggest has around 27 grams of protein, 429 calories, 17 grams of total fat, 9 grams worth of fiber, 42 grams carbohydrates. 

Steak Burrito Bowl at Chipotle

When you are looking at your meats options at fast food joints it’s quite easy to get confused as to which one can offer your nutritious value. 

Here, you can go for the steak burrito bowl, and you can have it served with salsa, veggies and pinto beans. 

With this option, you have a nutritious value of around 310 calories, 7.5 grams of fat and around 29 gram of protein. That’s in addition to 11 grams of fibre, 1090 grams of sodium, and 27 grams worth of carbohydrates.

MorningStar Veggie Burger At Burger King

Burger King has one of the most nutritious burgers that you can find of all the fast food joints around. The morning start veggie, which is also known as the veggie patty is filled with fiber and proteins, and you can, for extra calcium, add a slice of cheese.

And you can couple that combination with fruits. 

The nutritional value for this is 390 calories, 17 grams total fat, 25 grams of protein, 5 grams of fiber, 41 grams of carbs and 9 grams of sugar. That’s the total value of the meal without cheese. 


Healthy Fast Food Options to Know About
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Egg Muffin at McDonald’s

One of the biggest fast food joints in the world today, McDonalds was built on a reputation of providing a filling meal for customers on-the-go. 

And that’s why, it would have been a crime to put up such a list and not factor in at least one of the foods served there. One thing about McDonald’s eggs is that there are no additives.

This morning meal comes with cheese, Canadian bacon and butter. That’s a combination that gives you around 300 calories with around 17 grams of protein, Calcium 15%, 30 grams worth of carbohydrates, 3 g of sugar and around 12 gram total fat. 


Eating healthy doesn’t always have to be done at home as some fast food joints now offer nutritious options. 

When you’re out and about during your day, sometimes you have to eat out, and it’s nice knowing that you can grab a quick bite that’s not going to destroy your waistline.