Eating Subway for Lunch
|Oct 15, 2009 10:12am||
I’m heading out to Subway for lunch soon, and I’m tired of eating the same old sandwich. I used to get (before trying to lose weight) the ham foot long on wheat with light mayonnaise, fat free honey mustard, lettuce, tomato, and American cheese (sometimes even adding oil, vinegar, and light salt). Since tracking my food, I’ve been opting for the 6 inch sweet onion teriyaki on wheat with American cheese, double tomato, onion, green pepper, and a light amount of the fat free sweet onion sauce. I really like the sweet onion teriyaki, but I’m getting teriyakied out.
Two questions for you:
1. What do you eat when you go there?
2. Do you have any healthy options that you would suggest I try? (I don’t like olives or turkey. I’ll eat their salads, but I generally pack my own as a side.)
|Oct 15, 2009 10:26am||
If I go to subway I get 6 inch Ham ($5 menu) on wheat:
Total 304 Calories but 1200+ sodium!!!
Subway is my first choice if I have to eat out.
|Oct 15, 2009 12:43pm||
I love Subway. Don’t really eat there much though. I normally get the oven roasted chicken on wheat. I add some light mayo and all the veggies that I want. The chicken is thicker than the other meats they offer so it seems more satisfying.
|Oct 15, 2009 2:12pm||
I always get one of the following 6" sub on honey-oat with tomatoes, spinach, cucumbers, onions and black olives:
*chicken teriyaki (no cheese, no extra sauce)
Sometimes I have cheese with the chicken breast if I’m really hungry, toasted to melt the cheese. All these sandwiches are under 400 calories without cheese.
|Oct 16, 2009 11:33am||
I get the 6-inch turkey and ham on wheat with lettuce, tomato, onion, banana peppers, and sweet onion sauce.
|Oct 16, 2009 11:55am||
I never go to subway these days because the closed the one I would go to, but I usually got either the sweet onion chicken teriyaki, roasted chicken breast or roast beef and lots of veggies.
|Oct 16, 2009 3:14pm||
Before I became more conscious of what I was eating, I went to Subway when I decided to eat something hearty and healthy. I used to get a footlong honey oat sub with Salami, no cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, pickles, and yellow mustard.
I would, however, sometimes splurge into what I thought would be the less healthy sub…the sweet onion chicken teriyaki. But recently I found out that my salami sub is, by far, worse than the sweet onion chicken teriyaki. I was surprised to find that out. So now, my healthy sub is my splurge sub and my splurge sub is my healthy sub. Odd.
I DID have to tailor my splurge sub because at one point it used to look like this:
Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki on Toasted Wheat ( 12" )
I’ve removed the bacon, of course. But yeah, that’s what I get now. Otherwise, I’ll get:
Roast Beef on Wheat
|Oct 17, 2009 8:55am||
I always get a 6 inch roasted chicken on whole wheat. It’s all about adding hot sauce!!!!!