Fast Food
Chester J. Zelasko, Ph.D. | September 1, 2003

After getting home from work, getting the kids to soccer practice, to ballet class, to violin lessons, to choir practice, and then getting everyone home again, you may not have time to cook a meal. Food bars and shakes may be unappealing for the fourth day in a row. What do you do?

Drive through a fast-food restaurant. "Sacrilege!" you might say! But hold on. I didn't say you can eat anything you want, but you can find something at every fast-food place that you can fit into your meal plan--if you learn to modify the foods.

For example, one reasonable choice is ordering a roasted chicken sandwich without the dressing, with lettuce and tomato and onion, and giving half the bun to the birds. So is a small chili from most restaurants.

You have to use every means at your disposal to earn that better body--and fast foods are a part of modern life. Use them wisely, and you'll get the results you want for the fast-paced life you live.
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