Fast-Food Swap: Subway

Eat well, even when you're eating out. Make these swaps at Subway to lose weight

Subway swap

Swap tuna for roast beef

Is tuna the healthy choice? Not necessarily. At Subway, if you go for a six-inch roast beef sub instead, you’ll save 255 calories and 24 grams of fat (though the sodium is still high).

Swap this: 6-inch Tuna Sub (with olives and fresh veggies)
533 calories + 28 g fat (5 g saturated fat) + 666 mg sodium

For that:
6-inch Roast Beef Sub (with fresh veggies, no cheese)
278 calories + 4 g fat (1 g saturated fat) + 699 mg sodium

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