Nutritionist shares her best ‘healthy’ fast food orders—they include Taco Bell, Chick-fil-A and Panda Express

Samar is a Registered nutritionist with several years of personal and professional experience working in administration and nutrition in hospitals in Chicago and the northern suburbs.
She enjoys assisting her patients in achieving and maintaining their weight loss objectives. Her nutrition philosophy is based on intuitive eating, and she strives to help her patients become mindful eaters. She believes in working together with other health care providers to deliver the best nutrition therapy for her patients and promotes her nutrition knowledge on TikTok and Instagram, where you can take a look on what she orders in fast-food restaurants.

Panda Express Plate

The Angus steak provides a good source of protein. Steamed broccoli, kale, and cabbage are extremely healthful and filling without adding calories. The entire dinner contains only 465 calories.

Taco Bell’s Power Menu Bowl

Power Menu Bowl – Chicken with and jalapeño peppers is a mix of rice, chicken, beans, guacamole, sour cream, and veggies. The portions are quite large, so you don’t have to complete the entire dinner to be satisfied. The entire dish contains only 460 calories.

Chick-fil-A Spicy Southwest Salad

This salad is packed with protein, leafy vegetables, fiber and healthy fats. The entire meal adds up to 720 calories.

Panera Bread’s Panera Duets

She placed an order for a half order of Napa Almond Chicken Salad and a cup of 10-Vegetable Soup. This sandwich is made with antibiotic-free chicken, diced celery, seedless red grapes, almonds, tomatoes, and salad on fresh-baked bread. The vegetable soup is high in nutrients and low in calories. The entier meals adds up to 380 calories.


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“When eating fast food, the key is to look for something with a “good balance of protein, complex carbs, fiber and healthy fats,”

Nutritionist Samar Kullab

What Samar shows us is that sustainable changes are key to a healthy diet. You don’t have to quit fast food, look for something with a decent combination of protein, complex carbohydrates, fiber, and healthy fats.

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