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TOP 10 Fast Foods You Can Eat on a Low Carb Diet


Hi everyone! How are you? Welcome to the Hi Fitness Bye Weakness channel! Today I’m gonna show you 10 Fast Foods You
Can Eat on a Low Carb Diet. So stay tuned guys because in a moment, you
will receive a quick dose of incredibly useful knowledge. Sticking to a low carb diet when dining out
can be hard, especially at fast food restaurants. That’s because these meals are often based
on bread, tortillas, and other high-carb items. Still, most fast food restaurants offer some
good low carb options, and many items can easily be modified to fit your lifestyle. Here are 10 delicious fast foods you can eat
on a low carb diet. 1. Sub in a tub. Submarine sandwiches are very high in carbs. A typical sub has at least 50 grams of carbs,
most of which come from the bun. Ordering your sub “in a tub” (in a bowl or
container), rather than on a bun, can save you more than 40 grams of carbs. Although the term “sub in a tub” originated
at Jersey Mike’s, you can order your meal this way from any sub sandwich shop, including
Subway. Just request that it be prepared as a salad
with olive oil and vinegar for the dressing. 2. KFC grilled chicken. Fried chicken isn’t a healthy choice. For starters, the chicken absorbs a lot of
oil during frying. Heating vegetable oils to high temperatures
produces harmful compounds that may increase your risk of heart disease, cancer, and other
health problems. In addition, fried chicken contains about
8–11 grams of carbs per medium-size piece. Grilled chicken is a much better option and
available at many Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) franchises. Each piece of grilled KFC chicken has less
than 1 gram of carbs. 3. Coffee or tea with cream or half-and-half. Coffee and tea are carb-free beverages. They’re also high in caffeine, which provides
some impressive benefits. Caffeine may improve your mood, metabolic
rate, and mental and physical performance. If you like milk in your cup of joe, coffee
houses and fast-food eateries often offer half-and-half. A single-serving container has about 1/2 gram
of carbs. 4. Chipotle salad or bowl. Chipotle is a Mexican fast-food restaurant
that has become extremely popular. Many people consider it healthier than other
chains, as it uses high-quality ingredients and emphasizes animal welfare and sustainable
farming practices. Chipotle also makes it very easy to create
low-carb meals. A salad with meat or chicken, grilled vegetables,
and guacamole contains 14 grams of total carbs, 8 of which are fiber. This meal also provides about 30 grams of
high-quality protein. 5. Panera Bread power breakfast bowl. Panera Bread is a café-style restaurant featuring
sandwiches, pastries, soups, salads, and coffee. Most of the breakfast items are high in carbs. However, two selections from their menu work
well for a low-carb morning meal. The Power Breakfast Egg Bowl with Steak features
steak, tomatoes, avocado, and 2 eggs. It provides 5 grams of carbs and 20 grams
of protein. The Power Breakfast Egg White Bowl with Turkey
contains egg whites, spinach, bell peppers, and basil for 7 grams of carbs and 25 grams
of protein. 6. Buffalo wings. Buffalo wings are delicious and fun to eat. They may also be a low-carb option at pizza
places and sports bars, depending on how they’re prepared. Traditionally, buffalo wings are covered in
a spicy red sauce made from vinegar and hot red peppers. An order of these buffalo wings typically
has 0–3 grams of carbs per serving. By contrast, other sauces can add a significant
number of carbs, especially sweet types, such as barbecue, teriyaki, and anything made from
honey. 7. Bacon or sausage and eggs. Sometimes the simplest breakfast option can
be the most delicious, such as bacon or sausage and eggs. This traditional breakfast combination is
available at most fast-food restaurants and contains a minimal amount of carbs. What’s more, eggs can help keep you full and
satisfied for hours. 8. Arby’s sandwich without the bun or bread. Arby’s is one of the largest fast-food sandwich
chains in the United States. Though the Roast Beef Classic is its original
and most popular item, Arby’s has many other options, including brisket, steak, ham, chicken,
and turkey. Any of these can be ordered without the bread
for a tasty low-carb, high-protein meal. 9. Antipasto salad. Fast-food Italian restaurants are best known
for high-carb foods like pizza, pasta, and subs. Antipasto salad offers a delicious, low-carb
alternative. This salad is traditionally served as an appetizer,
consisting of assorted meats, cheese, olives, and vegetables topped with an olive-oil-based
dressing. However, it can be ordered in a larger portion
as an entrée. 10. Subway double chicken chopped salad. Subway is the most popular fast-food sandwich
shop worldwide. In recent years, the chain has been offering
chopped salads that can be customized with protein and vegetables of your choice. One of the most satisfying and nutritious
options is the Double Chicken Chopped Salad with Avocado. It contains 10 grams of total carbs, 4 of
which are fiber, plus a whopping 36 grams of protein. Even if you only see high-carb items on a
menu, a delicious low-carb meal can be created at most fast-food restaurants by making simple
substitutions. Although fast food is certainly not as healthy
as the food you can prepare at home, it’s good to know what to order in case it’s your
only option. I hope you enjoyed today’s video and if you
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  1. Hi Fitness Bye Weakness Posted on January 16, 2020 at 9:57 pm

    What is your favourite fast food? 😉
    Thanks for watching! Have a great day and see you in the next video! 🙂

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