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Making a healthy decision when it comes to fast-food restaurants can be hard. Fast food is notoriously high-fat, high-calorie, and greasy—and burgers, a drive-thru staple, are no different. That being said, not "When I look at what defines a healthy burger, as a dietitian and culinary student, I consider nutrition, flavor, appearance and if it actually makes me feel satisfied," says Amber Pankonin MS, RD, LMNT, registered dietitian and owner of Stirlist. "When considering nutrition, I look at calories from fat, carbohydrates, and protein, and I also consider sodium content." "It doesn't feel like I'm depriving myself at all when choosing this burger," says Pankonin. "I love the flavor and the addition of fresh tomatoes, lettuce, and onion. The amount of sodium is great for a fast-food burger." If you're watching your salt intake, you might want to check out other dietitian-approved low-sodium fast food orders. "In-N-Out has an easy menu to choose from with healthy options for all different burger types. I like this burger because you don't feel guilty with carbohydrates from the buns," says Jonathan Valdez, owner of Genki Nutrition and media spokesperson for New York State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "It's a big serving size, but you don't have to worry about the amount of sodium and cholesterol intake than other comparable sized burgers." Coming from the same restaurant that coined the supersize, it's almost surprising that Mc Donald's can rank on a list of the healthiest fast food burgers. "This burger only has 9 g of fat and 12 g of protein," says Castillo. "You could add a side salad to this meal to round it out." For more ideas of what you shouldn't necessarily order at the Golden Arches, check out our list of the worst menu items at Mc Donald's. "The original butter burger not only looks visually appealing, but it is super satisfying," says Pankonin. "I also appreciate Culver's commitment to sustainability and that the burger comes from 100 percent ground beef." "This burger tastes amazing and is incredibly filling. This might be a little higher in calories compared to the others, but I like that when I eat it, I feel completely satisfied," says Pankonin. "However, I also love the fact that I can [cut carbs and] order this 'green style' which eliminates the bun and replaces it with fresh, crisp lettuce. Although the nutrition facts aren't available with green style, I'm guessing that would easily reduce the calories and sodium making it a 300 calorie burger with 500 mg (or less) of sodium." "This serving size is the smallest compared to most burgers, but provides a quick bite and you don't feel guilty about eating another if you want (no one really eats just one slider)," says Valdez. "The combo meal comes with 4 original sliders, small fries, and a drink that can be shared with a friend, and doesn't hurt your wallet." "This burger might have a few more calories, but it's the healthiest burger option at Freddy's when you consider calories and sodium," says Pankonin. "There is no need to order any side items when ordering this burger because it will make you feel extremely satisfied." "This burger is flavor-packed and hefty, even if it is a 'Jr.' burger," says Valdez. "This hamburger is bigger, has fewer calories, and more protein than the leading competitor plain hamburger at Mcdonald's. And it's the best bang for your buck." For the number of calories and protein in this large burger, it will deliver "a higher satiety level than their other burger counterparts," says Valdez. "I chose this without having condiments, which can have hidden sodium, but replaced it with other flavors like a mushroom which can be meat-like, jalapeños for a little spice, and a fresh taste with lettuce and tomatoes. Making a healthy decision when it comes to fast-food restaurants can be hard. Fast food is notoriously high-fat, high-calorie, and greasy—and burgers, a drive-thru staple, are no different. That being said, not "When I look at what defines a healthy burger, as a dietitian and culinary student, I consider nutrition, flavor, appearance and if it actually makes me feel satisfied," says Amber Pankonin MS, RD, LMNT, registered dietitian and owner of Stirlist. "When considering nutrition, I look at calories from fat, carbohydrates, and protein, and I also consider sodium content." "It doesn't feel like I'm depriving myself at all when choosing this burger," says Pankonin. "I love the flavor and the addition of fresh tomatoes, lettuce, and onion. The amount of sodium is great for a fast-food burger." If you're watching your salt intake, you might want to check out other dietitian-approved low-sodium fast food orders. "In-N-Out has an easy menu to choose from with healthy options for all different burger types. I like this burger because you don't feel guilty with carbohydrates from the buns," says Jonathan Valdez, owner of Genki Nutrition and media spokesperson for New York State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "It's a big serving size, but you don't have to worry about the amount of sodium and cholesterol intake than other comparable sized burgers." Coming from the same restaurant that coined the supersize, it's almost surprising that Mc Donald's can rank on a list of the healthiest fast food burgers. "This burger only has 9 g of fat and 12 g of protein," says Castillo. "You could add a side salad to this meal to round it out." For more ideas of what you shouldn't necessarily order at the Golden Arches, check out our list of the worst menu items at Mc Donald's. "The original butter burger not only looks visually appealing, but it is super satisfying," says Pankonin. "I also appreciate Culver's commitment to sustainability and that the burger comes from 100 percent ground beef." "This burger tastes amazing and is incredibly filling. This might be a little higher in calories compared to the others, but I like that when I eat it, I feel completely satisfied," says Pankonin. "However, I also love the fact that I can [cut carbs and] order this 'green style' which eliminates the bun and replaces it with fresh, crisp lettuce. Although the nutrition facts aren't available with green style, I'm guessing that would easily reduce the calories and sodium making it a 300 calorie burger with 500 mg (or less) of sodium." "This serving size is the smallest compared to most burgers, but provides a quick bite and you don't feel guilty about eating another if you want (no one really eats just one slider)," says Valdez. "The combo meal comes with 4 original sliders, small fries, and a drink that can be shared with a friend, and doesn't hurt your wallet." "This burger might have a few more calories, but it's the healthiest burger option at Freddy's when you consider calories and sodium," says Pankonin. "There is no need to order any side items when ordering this burger because it will make you feel extremely satisfied." "This burger is flavor-packed and hefty, even if it is a 'Jr.' burger," says Valdez. "This hamburger is bigger, has fewer calories, and more protein than the leading competitor plain hamburger at Mcdonald's. And it's the best bang for your buck." For the number of calories and protein in this large burger, it will deliver "a higher satiety level than their other burger counterparts," says Valdez. "I chose this without having condiments, which can have hidden sodium, but replaced it with other flavors like a mushroom which can be meat-like, jalapeños for a little spice, and a fresh taste with lettuce and tomatoes.

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