Diets

Balance is the key to weight management and good nutrition. Whether you are interested in losing, gaining or maintaining your weight, setting a realistic personal goal for yourself and writing it down can help.

Fast Food

Fast food may not offer the healthiest options. The good news is that many restaurants are now adding healthier options to their menu. We have collected some of the most popular fast food restaurants’ menu and nutrition information for your reference. We hope this information will help you make healthy food choices while eating out.

Click on the logo to visit the company’s website and see what you’re eating:

 

 

 

 

Reading labels

Understanding nutrition labels is an essential part of a balanced diet.

Sample Menus

These menus can be printed and used as a tool to help you eat a balanced, nutritious diet while achieving a healthy weight.

  • 1200 Calories
  • 1400 Calories
  • 1600 Calories
  • 1800 Calories
  • 2000 Calories

They include the types and amounts of food you need every day.

Restricted Eating

If your family doctor has recommended that you follow a restricted eating plan, here are a few we have collected:

  • Low calorie snacks
  • GERD
  • High blood pressure
  • Low cholesterol
  • Low fat
  • Reduced sodium
  • Vitamin K restricted

 

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