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Do you like McDonald’s Caesar Salad with crispy chicken?
You probably shouldn’t. At 410 calories and 19 grams of fat, a Quarter Pounder (minus the cheese) weighs in healthier than said chicken salad that contains 550 calories and 32.5 grams of fat.
I suppose you could always dump the special Paul Newman salad dressing and toss the cheese, cutting the calories almost in half.
When I’m not following Weight Watchers, I will occasionally pick up Jack-in-the Box’s Southwest Chicken Salad. Yummy! But a
I came to this book by way of Eat This Not That! for Kids: Raise a Lean, Healthy, Happy Child!. I was pretty riveted by that book, mainly because the amount of horrible things in fast food and pre-packaged foods for kids is practically indecent. So when my library emailed me to let me know that Eat This Not That: Thousands of Simple Food Swaps That Can Save You 10, 20, 30 Pounds-or More! was waiting for me, I quickly washed down my Big Mac with my super-sized coke and rushed right over.
This book is terrible. I read this book during a slow day at the bookstore where I work, and I was disgusted. A book that suggests you can lose weight by making the giant lifestyle decision to eat a Big Mac instead of a Whopper is mostly likely authored by Satan. It also offers genius advice on which entree at Chipotle packs the least calories, as well as the healthiest menu item at TGI Friday’s.
Honestly, if you eat fast food everyday, switching from the fillet o’fish to white meat McNuggets is