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On the road and need healthier alternatives at fast food establishments? Check this out!

Dieting or good health concept. Young woman rejecting Junk food or unhealthy food such as donut or dessert and choosing healthy food such as fresh fruit or vegetable.

Being on the road for long periods of time can make it very difficult to eat healthier and maintain physical exercise. Our goal is to share easy ways to enhance your haul experience while also creating a healthy lifestyle! Eating healthy can be the biggest obstacle. Going to McDonalds and grabbing a McChicken and small fry $3 bundle is the best solution to us sometimes. Or an expired snack from a gas station. Well, there is way to still go to some of those places and still eat healthier.

Here are some healthier options that can be found at places that you already are most likely going to!

McDonald’s has been one of the cheapest options for years. Order this next time you’re at the drive thru! Most would assume to order fruit items or a salad, but this will leave you more satisfied and still a cleaner option.

Premium Grilled Classic Sandwich

  • Calories 350
  • Total Fat 9g
  • Carbs 42g
  • Protein 28g
  • Sodium 820mg

Now Subway has had some interesting conversations surrounding their tuna sandwiches, but there is another sub that will leave you happy and not worrying about what you just ate. With Subway you can order the foot long and it could last some of you a while!

Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki Sub

  • Calories 370
  • Total fat 4.5g
  • Carbs 57
  • Protein 25g
  • Sodium 770mg

Caffeine has to be a truck driver’s best friend, but we also want to make sure you don’t crash from those sugary drinks! Of course, making it at home would be best but when you’re on the road and want to stop at Starbucks, order this!

Tall Café American

  • Calories 15
  • Total Fat 0g
  • Carbs 3g
  • Protein 1g

We hope this helps you even with improving one meal out of your day!

Written by Truck Drivers U.S.A