One of the biggest hurdles to eating healthier is that it often requires planning and a trip to the grocery store and meal preparation. It’s one of the reasons why 1 in 3 adults in the US eat takeout (pre-COVID-19).

Most people prefer home-cooked food to restaurant food, but that’s not always an option. Sometimes, people are too busy or tired to get behind a stove and prepare something healthy; while this is great for food-delivery apps, it’s not so great for your health or waistline. 


Also, it doesn’t help that many fast-food restaurants are unimaginative or have limited healthy options; it’s mostly dull salads drenched in high-fat dressings. Sure, ordering that chicken salad might make you feel better about yourself because you’re making a “healthier” choice, but it likely has more calories than a cheeseburger!

However, all hope is not lost. There are workarounds you can use to make your takeout healthier. 

The American Vegetarian Association

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Fast food restaurants tend to highlight their meat options more than their vegetarian options, but most offer a vegetarian menu. Taco Bell, for instance, has a menu that is certified by the American Vegetarian Association. Vegetarian options are often healthier than their meat options. Even if a restaurant doesn’t offer vegetarian options, you’re still better off ordering a dish that contains some veggies or that comes with a veggie side. 

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Eat the veggies first; otherwise, you might end up throwing them away because you’re too full! Also, filling your stomach with healthy food first leaves less room for the less healthy options on your plate.