40 Healthy Fast Food Options for When You’re Eating Out – Prevention Magazine

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Some of the pastries you see in the display case at Starbucks have just as many calories as a fast food burger—and don’t have a ton of good-for-you nutrients. The coffee chain’s fiber-rich hot oatmeal options, however, are a different story.

To keep your sugar intake to a minimum, pass on the optional sugar add-ins. The 410-calorie Rolled and Steel Cut Oatmeal comes with brown sugar, and you can choose your own toppings, including dried cranberries, raisins, and nuts.

“Women in particular often benefit from a nice dose of whole grains, because it’s the best way to get magnesium, something often lacking in their diets and essential in reducing insulin resistance,” says Doerfler.

Nutrition info: 410 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 67 g carbs (7 g fiber, 34 g sugar), 140 mg sodium, 8 g protein

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