With Chick-fil-A, McDonald’s, Five Guys, Subway, Taco Bell and other fast food restaurant chains located in Severna Park, it is nearly impossible to avoid going out every once in a while to grab a bite to eat. Although most argue that their food is rather good, the food is not good for your body, plus it costs precious money one can use for other necessities. Instead of eating at monopolized fast food chains, consider eating at the following:
At home; believe it or not your house is most likely filled with snacks, fruits, nuts and other foods that provide the nutrients and vitamins you are suppose to consume daily compared to the 540 calorie Big Mac you can pick up for $5.69. For some recipe ideas check out the following:
Fast casual restaurants; the concept of ‘fast food fresh’ is introduced to restaurants that provide freshly served dishes, with ingredient lists provided next to the dish, and the dishes are made-in-house. Often these type of restaurants provide a good source of protein and vitamins. Common fast casual restaurants include Chipotle and Panera. For other fast casual restaurants click here.
In grocery stores, you can often stroll into a market and find already prepared food sections that are cheaper in comparison to fast food chains. Most of the time you can find good sources of fiber, including frozen salads, chicken caesar wraps, and meals with banana and nuts.