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chrisvideoeditchrisvideoedit Posts: 20Member Member Posts: 20Member Member
Hello,

How many people here like to eat healthy Subway subs? If you do which ones are you ordering?
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  • Chef_BarbellChef_Barbell Posts: 5,549Member Member Posts: 5,549Member Member
    Not typically. When I do order Subway, I wind up getting a fat sandwich with extra chipotle sauce.
  • janejellyrolljanejellyroll Posts: 21,530Member Member Posts: 21,530Member Member
    I have no idea what you consider "healthy," but it's not really my focus when I'm ordering at Subway (typically I'm there because there are no good options for food in the area).

    I get a Veggie Delite on Italian, no cheese, most of the vegetables, and mustard. Pretty reasonable for calories, cheap, and is palatable.
  • DollyWolf99DollyWolf99 Posts: 13Member, Premium Member Posts: 13Member, Premium Member
    I just load up the veggies, light sauces, and no cheese!
  • hawksgirl229hawksgirl229 Posts: 24Member Member Posts: 24Member Member
    6inch veggie delight with marinara sauce. I have all the veggies, no cheese 2 scoops of giardiniera heavy hit of the parmesan cheese and oregano. I have it on herb and cheese bread toasted.
  • puffbratpuffbrat Posts: 2,692Member Member Posts: 2,692Member Member
    I like to have one once in a while. I get a 6-inch ham, wheat bread, cheese, easy spinach, tomatoes, pickles, extra olives, and mayo or light mayo.
  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 3,431Member Member Posts: 3,431Member Member
    They were a regular lunch for me when I was first starting out. I stopped because I found frozen foods more interesting and convenient for lunch. I would get the veggie delite on flatbread with pepperjack cheese, spinach, green peppers, banana peppers, onion, tomato, cucumber, light mayo, and salt and pepper.
  • sweeks9907sweeks9907 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    https://www.subway.com/en-US/MenuNutrition/Nutrition/NutritionGrid#NutritionFacts

    9 grain whole wheat, foot long.

    Oven roasted chicken (if you want to avoid nitrates), black forest ham or turkey are all almost the same.

    Mostly any veggies (not olives & avocado), mustard, vinegar for approximately 600 calories, 7g fat, 80 carbs and 46 protein. Go crazy and add fat free Italian or sweet onion teriyaki for like some amount more carbs?

    They used to have a calculator.
  • quiksylver296quiksylver296 Posts: 26,139Member Member Posts: 26,139Member Member
    I get a 6 inch roasted chicken, double meat, on Honey Oat bread. Add all the veggies, vinegar and mustard.

    With chips and a drink, it's a filling meal for 560 calories.
  • kimlight2kimlight2 Posts: 451Member Member Posts: 451Member Member
    I get either a footlong veggie, no cheese, on wheat with spinach, lettuce, cucumber, pickles a touch of oil and a lot of vinegar or an oven roasted chicken on wheat with marinara, lettuce, olives, banana pepper, onions and green peppers toasted.
    We have a Subway at work so it's the only healthy option if I don't bring my lunch.
  • lx1xlx1x Posts: 20,141Member Member Posts: 20,141Member Member
    Had half bmt for lunch today.. 😁
  • glassyoglassyo Posts: 4,205Member Member Posts: 4,205Member Member
    Oops quoted the wrong one. :)
    edited February 7
  • glassyoglassyo Posts: 4,205Member Member Posts: 4,205Member Member
    6inch veggie delight with marinara sauce. I have all the veggies, no cheese 2 scoops of giardiniera heavy hit of the parmesan cheese and oregano. I have it on herb and cheese bread toasted.

    This sounds SO good but how do you account for the marinara sauce caloriewise (if you do)? It's not listed under sauces on the nutrition calculator.

    Edited to add: Um. Nevermind. I'm on a calorie counting website with a database.
    edited February 7
  • MelanieCN77MelanieCN77 Posts: 3,863Member Member Posts: 3,863Member Member
    I get one Monday nights on my way to skate. I get the wheat bread and usually veggies and a cheese, sometimes I do egg or egg whites. All the veggies they can fit and pepperoncinis and whatever dressing I'm feeling like. The Caesar weirdly goes well with most thing.
  • sardelsasardelsa Posts: 8,826Member Member Posts: 8,826Member Member
    I don't eat there often but when I used to go it was a footlong chicken bacon ranch with cheese, veggies plus chipotle. That used to keep me fueled up for my all nighters back in Uni. :)
  • paperpuddingpaperpudding Posts: 5,390Member Member Posts: 5,390Member Member
    I like Subway and I eat it quite often.

    Usually chicken teriyaki, Italian herbs and cheese bread, cheese, lettuce, tomato, carrot, beetroot, dash of mayo or sweet chilli sauce.

    Not difficult to fit a 6 in into my calorie allowance - and a 6 in is big enough for me.



    Ps I even fit in a subway cookie sometimes too . B)
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,926Member Member Posts: 2,926Member Member
    I eat Subway pretty often because it’s so near my house. Any time I don’t want to cook, it’s an option.
    I usually cut a foot long into thirds, so I can fit almost any sandwich into my day. I like ham, roast beef, steak, and subway club.
    The cookies used to be hard to resist, but I’m getting better at it.
    edited February 7
  • angelsjaangelsja Posts: 819Member Member Posts: 819Member Member
    I just get a subway Salad I'm in the UK and work at subway so I get my meal free when I'm on shift but we are only aloud a 6" sub so I make a salad up in a nacho box so the salad box numbers aren't screwed at the end of the night 🤷‍♀️
  • missysippy930missysippy930 Posts: 1,760Member Member Posts: 1,760Member Member
    Foot long veggie, on wheat, no cheese, red wine vinegar. I make two meals from it. I use my own red wine vinegar so it doesn’t get soggy. Very reasonable calories.
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