Subway is known to be one of the more nutritious of all the fast-food chains. But you can’t be healthy if you don’t pay attention to the nutritional facts of the foods that you’re eating. Fortunately, Subway prides itself on making its nutritional information readily available to anyone who is looking to eat fast and healthy at the same time. Simply doing a little research can put you in a good position to stay fit.
Calculating Nutritional Information at Subway
Search websites that supply the nutritional information before going to Subway. Read Subway’s website (subway.com)Their website supply nutritional information for Subway menu items.
Take the extras into account. When you’re looking at the nutritional facts for Subway menu items, make sure that you take into account that they do not include sauces such as mayonnaise or any kind of cheese. This is important because adding fattening toppings can add an abundance of extra calories. If you want to see the nutritional facts of the extras, you can look them up separately on the website and then add them to the calories in your chosen menu item.
Look at the napkins. The napkins at Subway also have the nutritional information for the basic sandwiches, including veggie, turkey, ham and roast beef, printed on them so it’s easy to find what you’re looking for when you go there.
Consider your sides. It’s not just the sandwich that has the calories—it’s the sides as well. Order Subway’s sliced apples and baked chips rather than traditionally fried potato chips that are loaded with fat and calories. Instead of a soda, order a milk, water or diet soda to reduce your sugar intake.
Feel free to ask. If you have a question about a particular sandwich that is new to the menu, ask management for the facts. They should be happy to help