Spring has sprung…according to the calendar, at least. It may not feel like spring quite yet, but it is right around the corner; which also means that summer is right around the corner. Did somebody say beach season? Yikes! Your new year’s resolution of losing weight and eating healthier are probably long gone, and you’re back at square one. That sucks, right? Well, not so much.
We are happy to boast a variety of healthy and delicious options to help you stay on track. Below is a list of some of our favorite ways to cut calories and fat, while adding fiber and protein to your favorite entrée.
Enjoy a taco salad bowl with chicken, bean corn salsa, fat-free picante ranch dressing and pico de gallo for only 310 calories.
WHOLE WHEAT TORTILLAS
A healthier option than flour tortillas, whole wheat tortillas are lower in carbs and calories, and higher in fiber, protein and iron. Or, try your burrito in a bowl for the healthiest option!
Our spicy adobo brown rice is only 170 calories per serving is lower in carbs and higher in fiber than our cilantro lime white rice.
Our leanest meat on the menu for only 160 calories per serving, plus 19g of protein.
Add some color and flavor to your entrée with fajita veggies for only 30 calories per serving.
Add any (or all) of our salsas – all five are fat-free!
If you’re ready to make a change, or want to see how your meal stacks up, check out our online nutrition calculator. See how even small changes can make a big difference when trying to make healthy choices.
Now that you know what to look for, explore our full menu to see all of your available options.
You can also make healthy choices with your QDOBA Catering orders. You can select your preferred rice, beans, proteins, and add-ons to customize the perfect healthy spread for your catered personal or business event. Make sure order plenty of lettuce so your guests can make salads! Explore our full catering menu to see what works for you.
And because everyone loves a good success story, let’s meet Bill.
In 2012, Bill found himself at his heaviest weight of 250 pounds. He knew something needed to change. So he joined a gym but didn’t see much change until a year later when he found out he was diabetic. This was when he knew something big had to change. So he continued to exercise and changed his eating habits. This led him right to our front door, where we welcomed him with open arms. Bill was able to make small changes and see a big difference. Today, Bill maintains a healthy weight and is known as “chicken taco guy” to the staff at his local Qdoba.
Woohoo! You look great, Bill!
Happy healthy [and delicious] eating!