SUBWAY IS HEALTHIER ALTERNATIVE OF FAST FOOD
Health is wealth. It is always interesting to find out that, which of the products or brands is more superior to another. We try to compare almost everything from major household to this of use in daily life. Here we are discussing about one of the most controversial yet popular topic engulfing major giant in the worldwide fast food chain restaurant. So which one is better? Which one is healthier? Which one offer less calories? Which one will help you to shed some pound? What is the calories and nutrition index of these two franchises? The first thing one thinks of after hearing the name “Subway” is healthy food. The Subway brand has brought a revolution in the food industry with its healthy sandwiches & salads. Subway is healthier. Subway always offers a meal with comparatively low calories and fats. However the nutrition from Subway may vary depending on the person who prepares the meal. If you check out the Subways’ nutrition chart you will find that most of the sandwiches served is less than 400 calories .and most of the item are low in fat, low cholesterol and free from trans-fat while Subway is always serving fresh ingredient, not fried and adding lots of veggies in the menu. But the calories and fat level will go up if you happen to add some cheese or mayo to these sandwiches. Subway provides a wide range of healthy products from sandwiches to salads. Subway serves breakfast with less than 400 calories including egg. Subway offers wide range of fresh vegetables and low fat dressing in their sandwiches. Subway bakes their breads everyday nice and fresh at the restaurant rather than getting it prebaked like other restaurants. The sandwich at Subway is made in front of the customer as they want with the choice of their bread, cheese, fresh vegetables and dressing. So there is less chance of getting any error in the food that the customers exactly want. Here is what you can get in a Subway sub sandwich – “...
* Subway nutritional information
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