Avoid the extra sauces. If you do decide to have them, get them on the side so you can add them yourself, and control the portion you eat.
Calories add up quickly in drinks. Try to avoid having them altogether to cut out some calories in your fast food meal. Drink water instead!
Consider looking up the nutrient information of the fast foods you most commonly eat. Most fast food restaurants have their nutrient information online now. This way, you can better plan what you will eat when you stop by the drive-through window.
Even salads can contribute a significant amount of calories and fat, especially if you use all of the salad dressing. Consider using only part of the salad dressing rather than the full packet. Ask if there is light dressings available.
Choose grilled options rather than fried whenever possible.
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