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drive-throughYou're out doing errands, and it's taking a lot longer than you thought. Or maybe you had to work late. Suddenly, you realize you're ravenous, and a local fast food drive-through beckons. Is there any way to drive out the other side with a low-carb meal? Although I'm not recommending it as a regular thing, the answer is yes. But you have to be careful! I've found there are three main rules to follow for a Low-Carb Fast-Food Meal..

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April 23, 2009 at 2:36 pm
(1) Matt says:

I go for 2 mcmuffins for breakfast at least once a week. I let them give me the muffin, which soaks up about half of the fake cheese.

January 21, 2010 at 3:34 pm
(2) beckahrah says:

KFC’s grilled chicken, Popeye’s naked chicken strips, or wingstop’s bone-in wings (plain, lemon-pepper, garlic parmesan, mild, or spicy flavors) are all extremely low-carb and even NO carb options. Also try Chic-fi-la’s chargrilled chicken salad, just don’t eat the tomatoes or carrots.

March 29, 2010 at 12:48 pm
(3) John says:

For those of us out West the best choice for low-carbs and high quality is the In-n-Out burger ordered protein style with is wrapped in lettuce instead of having a bun

http://www.in-n-out.com/secretmenu.asp

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