Full Day of Eating FAST FOOD to Lose Weight

You will need a Scale to track how much weight you lose eating these foods. Hey guys what’s up if you don’t know me my names Max, I’m a personal trainer and I own two gyms in new jersey and this is my business partner George and I figured I should introduce him because he’s gonna murder for spending $50 bucks on fast food on the business card, but I love helping you guys on youtube so it’s all worth it. I just gotta find a way to explain it to him….but anyway, the point of this video is to teach you guys exactly how to eat out without destroying your diet plan and ruining the hard work you put into your workouts. Believe it or not, you can lose weight eating the food in any one of these bags and even though a lot of fitness experts will tell you to never ever eat at McDonald’s I’m a lot more realistic. I understand that no matter who you are everyone always ends up at some point in a crunch 4 time or you may be tired and you may not feel like prepping food that day, or a friend of yours might want to stop by at a fast food place and you happen to be hungry. In a nutshell….. shit happens. And even though this is definitely not the best food as far as its quality there are options available that can fill up your stomach without filling up those fat stores. So let’s start first with the most infamous… McDonald’s. At McDonald’s, I got a southwest grilled chicken salad with no cheese totaling 260 calories with 6 grams of fat, 28grams of carbs and 25 grams of protein. I’m not sure how the salad has 28 grams of carbohydrates it probably has croutons in there. And you would want to tell them to not include those. And I tried to order an egg white delight with no cheese but apparently, that’s not an all-day breakfast item so I got an Egg McMuffin with Canadian bacon and no cheese which has about 240 calories 13 grams of protein, 28 grams of carbohydrates and 8 grams of fat. The fat would’ve has been about half in the egg white version, but hey I missed breakfast so i guess you snooze you lose. That sounded a lot better in my head. Now the salad obviously you should order it without croutons but you can eat it just the way it is and even include some balsamic vinaigrette which you can ask for at the window. With the McMuffin, on the other hand, we’re gonna make some modifications. The muffin is a refined grain. Refined grains spike your insulin levels and make you fat. You should do everything you can to avoid them. So we’re gonna remove the buns and enjoy our egg with our Canadian bacon on the side. Make sure you ask them to not include butter in this meal. Guys on a side note are careful at McDonald’s when choosing healthy options because a lot of their healthy options are very deceiving. For example, oatmeal which sounds healthy has cream, sugar, and 7 ingredients added including “natural flavor.” Their yogurt parfait is loaded with sugar too. So don’t get those. next up let’s do Wendy. At Wendy’s, I got a grilled Chicken Wrap and side salad with no cheese in the salad nor the wrap and also no dressing in wrap………*reach……….. This has about 190 calories in it with 21grams of carbohydrates and 17 grams of protein.

Now even though the wrap isn’t quite as high in carbohydrates as buns if you get rid of it this will be a lot better of a meal.

– Mcdonalds
Southwest grilled chicken salad – no cheese
Egg White delight no cheese
– 250 Calories
Egg McMuffin no cheese Canadian bacon on the side and no butter – oatmeal

– Burger King
Tendergrill chicken sandwich without mayo
– 320 Calories – 32g Protein
Veggie Burger without mayo
– 300 calories – 21g protein

– Wendy’s
Grilled Chicken Wrap and side salad no cheese in salad or wrap and no dressing in wrap dressing on the side
– 190 calories 21 carbs, 17 grams of protein
Plain Baked potato
– 270 calories 7g protein 61g carbs
Small Chilli
– 170 calories 15g protein 5g fat 16g carbs

– Taco Bell
Fresco Soft Taco – Shredded Chicken
– 150 cals – 9 grams protein – 6 grams fat – 16g carbs
Fire Grilled Chicken Power bowl – no rice, beans, dressing, nor sour cream
– 200 calories – 16g carbs –
Black Beans & Rice – Vegan Friendly
– 190calories – 35gCarbs – 6grams of protein –

Balsamic is pretty much the best sauce you can get at a fast food place
– Dunkin Donuts
Egg White Flat bread no cheese
– 232calories – 6gfat – 31g carbs – 13g protein

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My passion for fitness began when I was 14 years old. I naturally fell in love with training and haven’t stopped since. At 18 years I acquired my first personal training certification from ACE after which I opened my first of 3 transformation studios in 2011. I love to share my knowledge through personal training, my online courses, and youtube channel now with over 3,000,000 subscribers! I can happily say that we've helped over 15,000 people get in great shape over the years. I'm always here for my customers so if you need help don't hesitate to send your questions to support@gravitychallenges.com

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