people, this is their daily caloric intake in a weight loss
And You'd be missing out on a lot of nutrients.
Now for Something a little more reasonable in the way of McDonalds nutrition.
1425 Calorie Day Eating at McDonalds for 3 meals.
Heck, Change out the Medium soda, for Diet or Iced Tea, and Throw in a Large Shake for some extra Dairy at only a slight increase in calorie intake.
These are just some of the things I am willing to eat at McDonald's.
There are a number of nice salads available, with a range of low cal dressings.
Taking off the Cheese, leaving out the fries, and skipping that Large Coke, can take out some major calories per sitting.
Obviously, their advertising works, since my kids seem to always love to go there.
Speaking of children…
What about McDonalds and kids nutrition?Obviously, they have added their healthy Choice Sides in an attempt to help us parents when ordering a Happy Meal.
Check out the differences here…
Chicken McNuggets (6), Small Fries, and a 16 ounce Coke.
Chicken McNuggets (4), Apple Dippers, and Apple Juice
210 calorie savings, just by switching out fries for apples, and Apple Juice for a soda.
If your kids eat 3 times a week here, that's 630 calories that they don't have to find a way to burn off.
I have to give kudos to McDonald's for the nutrition section of their website.
They cover the nutrition of their products very well, and give lip service to the Personal Food Pyramid and getting our kids to exercise for good health.
Check out their site here McDonalds Nutrition
And here's McDonalds Nutrition Chart
You can eat healthier
Eating Out doesn't have to
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