Choosing refined, white bread carbs for your sandwich, such as a bagel or white roll, may compromise your healthy eating goals.
A Coke, chips, and a cookie may quickly add up. For a healthier lunch option, stick to your sandwich alone and choose your sides wisely.
Deli meats, such as ham and salami, are extremely rich in salt. If you are watching your blood pressure or heart health, you should avoid the deli meats.
Cream-based soups, such as broccoli cheese and cheesy potato, are often higher in calories & saturated fat than broth-based soups at sandwich shops.
Cutlets of fried chicken can contribute a significant amount of salt to a sandwich. Where feasible, seek out low-sodium meats or chicken cutlets that have been grilled.
Double meat and cheese is the worst sandwich order. These add calories, sodium, and fat.
Toppings add calories rapidly. Mustard and spicy sauce contain far fewer calories and fat than mayonnaise-based condiments.