Restaurant Hall of Fame
|These foods keep the saturated fat at reasonable levels and, in most cases, supply some fruit or vegetables. (Unfortunately, even the best restaurant foods contain too much sodium.)
|1.||Subway's "7 Subs with 6 Grams of Fat or Less"*||260||5||1|
|2.||Blimpie's Veggie Max Sub||400||7||1|
|3.||McDonald's Fruit 'n Yogurt Parfait with granola||380||5||2|
|4.||Turkey sandwich with lettuce, tomato, and mustard||370||6||2|
|5.||Grilled or broiled chicken or seafood (average without side dishes)||270||8||2|
|6.||Szechuan shrimp or chicken with rice*||930||19||2|
|7.||Chicken, lamb, or pork souvlaki with rice*||290||10||3|
|8.||Chinese stir-fried spinach, broccoli, or mixed vegetables with rice*||750||19||3|
|9.||Pasta with red clam or marinara sauce*||870||20||4|
|10.||Fajitas (chicken, shrimp, or vegetable) with tortillas*||840||24||5|
* Numbers are an average of the items listed.
Note: Saturated fat numbers in italics include artery-clogging trans fat.