RDs: Fast food can fit within a healthy diet

Registered dietitian Toby Amidor writes that fast-food chains have taken steps to make their menus healthier. To fit fast food into a healthy diet, RD Lindsay Vettleson suggests "undressing" menu items by taking off half the bun and avoiding sauces, mayonnaise and toppings such as bacon and cheese. RD Sherri Stastny recommends choosing salads over fries and adding vegetables such as lettuce and tomatoes to burgers.

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