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Waistline Friendly Fast Food

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By Tara A. Mardigan, MS, MPH, RD

For most busy moms, finding the time to eat a well-balanced meal becomes a real challenge. When your must-do list extends to superwoman proportions, you may find yourself throwing your hands up in the air when it comes to finding a decent, healthful meal. And the thought of making that meal is even more daunting.

Grabbing a meal from the nearest fast food place may seem like it buys you some precious time but often it is at the expense of your waistline. Calories are easy to come by no matter what option you choose, especially if you eat mindlessly on the go.

Have you ever asked yourself if you really are saving time? In the time it takes to drive up, order, eat and drive back home, you can actually prepare some of your fast-food favorites and give it a healthy spin. With a few quick updates to your grocery list, you can keep fast food healthy without even leaving home.

Here are some fast-food best-sellers along with some suggestions for healthier homemade counterparts. The portions are estimates for a single serving. Be sure to prepare extra amounts in order to allow the entire family to savor the fast track at the kitchen table.

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