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Pick & Pass: Fast Food Sandwiches

November 1, 2010 | Featured in the November, 2010 Issue

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Fast Food Sandwiches: You can’t always judge a sandwich by a first impression. Look under the bun to get the full testimony on its nutritional value.

Arby’s Medium Roast Beef Sandwich

NUTRITION TOTALS*
Calories 451
Protein 19g
Carbohydrates 37g
Fat 34g

Arby’s Market Fresh Roast Turkey and Swiss Sandwich

NUTRITION TOTALS*
Calories 710
Protein 28g
Carbohydrates 78g
Fat 40g

Verdict: Arby’s trademark roast beef sandwich provides a large serving of carbs and protein to fuel your muscles, with only a modest amount of fat. Turkey is considered healthier than roast beef, but the added condiments raise this sandwich’s fat content. Hold the mayo to eliminate 12 grams of fat.

*Nutrition totals per recommended serving

Andy Haley
- Andy Haley is an Associate Content Director at STACK Media. A certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), he received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science...
Andy Haley
- Andy Haley is an Associate Content Director at STACK Media. A certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), he received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science...
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