The Unhealthiest Turkey Sandwiches at Chain Restaurants

Although turkey is a staple of any healthy eating plan, many chains load their sandwiches with highly caloric toppings and sauce

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Many chain restaurant items contain more than the daily recommended amounts of calories and sodium.

If you’re looking to lose weight, a good first step is to evaluate your diet and figure out which area needs the most improvement. Are you a late night snacker? Do you have an insatiable sweet tooth? Do you skip breakfast in the morning? Though these habits may seem trivial, they could be the difference between losing weight and holding onto those extra pounds.

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For many people, lunchtime poses the biggest problem. We often find ourselves pressed for time, with few options but to grab something from a chain restaurant. This can make choosing healthy foods difficult, especially at chains that are notorious for serving sodium-laden, highly caloric options. Fortunately, with a little research, you can easily find a healthy option for your on-the-go lunch.

Grilled or roasted turkey breast is a staple of any balanced healthy eating plan. Turkey breast is high in iron and low in fat, as long as you choose skinless, white meat. It’s also high in protein, which will help you stay full and fueled until dinnertime. Generally speaking, a turkey sandwich is a great go-to for lunchtime. However, you have to be wary of the other ingredients included in your sandwich. With the addition of toppings like mayonnaise, bacon, and cheese, a turkey sandwich can quickly turn into an unhealthy option. 

To help you avoid these pitfalls in your favorite chain restaurant menus, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 unhealthiest turkey sandwiches. The following sandwiches are high in calories and contain staggering amounts of sodium, fat, and cholesterol. Try to steer clear of these 10 sandwiches the next time you grab lunch at a chain.

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