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Denny’s Fit Slam

“America’s Diner” features more than 20 menu choices from Healthy Dining’s registered dietitians

Healthy Eating at Denny's During the Holidays with HealthyDiningFinder.comSan Diego, CA  (  A Healthy Dining restaurant partner featured on, Denny’s is serving up healthy food at every meal. The restaurant is proud to offer nutritious meals for both adults and kids.

Any time of day, diners can find healthy and tasty options at Denny’s. Open 24/7, the restaurant has an extensive menu with over 20 good-for-you options for adults and kids.

The diner-style restaurant, which started in 1953 as a coffee shop in Lakewood, Calif., now has almost 1700 locations across the country.

“Denny’s offers healthful American diner fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner,” said Rachael Derr, R.D., culinary dietitian at Healthy Dining. “With a focus on lean proteins, whole grains and fresh fruits and vegetables, Denny’s is sure to satisfy any palate at any time of day!”

Here is a sample of Denny’s dietitian-recommended menu options featured on

Cranberry Apple Chicken Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette – Grilled seasoned chicken breast, glazed pecans, apple slices and dried cranberries atop a bed of spring mix. Served with balsamic vinaigrette dressing. (450 calories, 46 grams carbohydrates, 38 grams protein)

Fit Slam® – Egg whites scrambled together with fresh spinach and grape tomatoes, plus two turkey bacon strips, English muffin and seasonal fruit. (390 calories, 54 grams carbohydrates, 24 grams protein)

Senior Fit Fare® Loaded Veggie Omelette – Egg white omelette with spinach, mushrooms, sautéed zucchini and squash, diced tomatoes and Swiss cheese. Served with seasonal fruit and an English muffin. (430 calories, 60 grams carbohydrates, 23 grams protein)

Build Your Own Jr. Grand Slam® – This Kids LiveWell option includes scrambled egg whites two slices of turkey bacon, hash browns and orange juice. (300 calories, 43 grams carbohydrates, 12 grams protein)

“As America’s Diner we take pride in serving our guests exactly what they’re hungry for,” says John Dillon, chief marketing officer for Denny’s. “We’re proud to offer healthy, lighter options on our menu. From Kids LiveWell choices to Fit Fare, we have something for the entire family.”

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Denny’s Cranberry Apple Chicken Salad

About Healthy Dining

Healthy Eating at Denny's During the Holidays with HealthyDiningFinder.comIt is Healthy Dining’s passion to contribute to a healthier America – in a delicious way! Healthy Dining’s signature web and mobile site,, is the only search engine and inspirational source of its kind providing personalized dining out recommendations validated by Healthy Dining’s team of registered dietitians. enables millions of diet- and nutrition- conscious restaurant diners as well as those dealing with diabetes, high blood pressure, and other conditions to easily find Healthy Dining choices served at restaurants coast to coast. also features a Kids LiveWell platform a program developed in partnership with the National Restaurant Association to help parents find restaurants offering healthier fare for children.

About Denny’s

Denny’s is one of America’s largest full-service family restaurant chains, with more than 1,600 locations. No matter when you’re hungry, no matter what you’re craving, they’re open. While they offer lots of new menu items, they’re also sticking with the classics that have made Denny’s famous, like the Grand Slam® breakfasts. They’re open to offering Better For You Options, at no additional cost, to customize meals to diners’ tastes and diets. Denny’s is cooking up great food at a great value. That’s what makes them America’s diner. And that’s what’s kept them open for over 50 years. America’s diner is always open.

Deborah Lawrence
Director of Public Relations

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