Many people believe that McDonald’s isn’t typically associated with the healthiest fare.
Catherine Karnatz, a Rhode Island-based registered dietitian and owner of Nutrition Education RD, said many McDonald’s food items are high in saturated fat, cholesterol, added sugar and salt.
But by ordering carefully from the menu and not making the fast food chain a regular part of your routine, you can opt for better-for-you alternatives.
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To make more nutritious choices when you visit at the Golden Arches, Karnatz as well as Lara Clevenger, a registered dietitian nutritionist in Edgewater, Florida, weighed in on what’s considered “OK” to order.
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“If you’re looking for a low-calorie snack that provides a crunch, McDonald’s apple slices are a great choice,” said Clevenger.
She added that with just 15 calories and four grams of carbs, the snack can fit into most diets.
McDonald’s apple slices contain only 3 grams of total sugars and can be enjoyed as a snack or side, according to the chain’s nutritional information webpage.
Clevenger said this sandwich made with egg, cheese…