Don't Ruin Your Diet: Get a Healthy Fast-Food Breakfast

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You're short on time, but you still need breakfast. Buttery and salty fast-food sandwiches don't sound too healthy. Health magazine has come to the rescue. It has compiled a list of the healthiest and most nutritious fast-food breakfast options. Check out some of the magazine's top picks.

Subway's Western Egg White & Cheese Muffin Melt

This delicious sandwich contains egg whites, black forest ham, green peppers, American and Monterey Jack cheeses and red onion. Needless to say, it doesn't taste like a diet breakfast.

Calories 160; Fat 4g (sat 1.5g); Protein 15g; Carbohydrate 19g; Fiber 5g; Sodium 680mg

Dunkin' Donuts' Egg White Turkey Sausage Wake-Up Wrap

Wake up with this tasty breakfast wrap. Dunkin' Donuts' takes on your favorite egg sandwich, offering all the taste with a fraction of the calories.

Calories 150; Fat 5g (sat 2.5g); Protein 11g; Carbohydrate 14g; Fiber 1g; Sodium 400mg

Panera's Breakfast Power Sandwich

This protein and fiber-rich sandwich will get your day started the right way. The combination of white cheddar and smoked ham ensures that it's just as tasty as it is healthy.

Calories 330; Fat 14g (sat 6g); Protein 22g; Carbohydrate 31g; Fiber 4g; Sodium 830mg.

Healthy Fast Food Breakfast Options

Cosi's Spinach Florentine Breakfast Wrap

This wraps packs a ton of protein and is sure to keep you moving for hours. Plus, it contains a good amount of fiber.

Calories 334; Fat 21g (sat 8g); Protein 24g; Carbohydrate 21g; Fiber 11g; Sodium 516mg

Starbucks' Protein Artisan Snack Plate

This breakfast plate will keep you full all morning. It contains just the right amount of hard-boiled egg, cheddar cheese, apple slices, muesli, bread, grapes and honey peanut butter spread to satisfy your taste buds.

Calories 370; Fat 19g (sat 6g); Protein 13g; Carbohydrate 36g; Fiber 4g; Sodium 470mg

Jamba Juice's Berry Topper Ideal Meal

This meal is really ideal. It's packed with three kinds of fruit, granola and flaxseed and will get you energized for the day.

Calories 300; Fat 4.5g (sat 0.5g); Protein 9g; Carbohydrate 59g; Fiber 7g; Sodium 85mg (for 12 ounces)

To see more healthy fast food breakfast picks check out Health magazine.

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