The Taco Bell Diet Doesn’t Work East Bay

Taco Bell has finally come up with a healthy menu just like most fast-food restaurants in the East Bay. But don’t be fooled by the calories or grams of fat that these fast food chains claim to have in their “healthy menu.”

This commericial by Taco Bell is a complete joke. Do they actually think that they can fool people that their food can actually be healthy? Subway sandwiches are actually more believable, but the Taco Bell Drive-Thru Diet is crap.

If you are interested in weight loss, Taco Bell’s Drive-Thru Diet is not the answer East Bay. Below are some nutritional facts from the Drive-Thru Diet:

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A 340-calorie burrito is a lot of calories, and not to mention the 50-plus grams of carbs from the white processed tortilla and cheese that can really increase your blood sugar and clog your arteries. Remember, these aren’t your typical super burritos from your local East Bay taqueria. That’s a lot of calories for a little burrito. One of these things wouldn’t even fill me up so I would probably need to eat three to satisfy my hunger. This is why most people tend to overeat when they go to a fast-food restaurant.

The only thing on the menu that is relatively healthy is the soft tacos, but I would have to eat at least 4 to feel satisfied.

Below is Taco Bell’s disclaimer at drivethrudiet.com:

“Drive-Thru-Diet® is not a weight-loss program. For a healthier lifestyle, pay attention to total calorie and fat intake and regular exercise. Taco Bell’s Fresco Menu can help with calorie reductions of 20 to 100 per item compared to corresponding products on our regular menu. Not a low calorie food. For complete nutritional information please visit TacoBell.com”

Even Taco Bell admits this is not a low calorie food.

So I’m very sorry East Bay, the Taco Bell Drive-Thru Diet is not a great alternative to have if you are looking to lose weight. The best advice I can give you is to live a healthy lifestyle and begin to eat organically. There are plenty of restaurants in the East Bay where you can make healthier choices, the best way to avoid eating unhealthy is to pack your own lunch everyday.

So tell me what you think? Would you eat the Taco Bell Diet? Please leave a comment below.

 

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