Are Condiments Healthy? What To Put On Your French Fries and Hamburger

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4 Responses

  1. Scott Hinkle says:

    Thank you for this post.  Right now I’m on the low-carb diet so I can’t even entertain French fries right at the moment.

    That said, I am big on meats and fats so knowing which condiments are healthier for me is a good thing.

    Ketchup is one of my favorites so I’m not sure what to do there.

    I’m going to go back over this list and compare it with my meal plan and see what the best mix of healthy to low-carb diet works best for me.

    Thanks again,


    • Sunshine says:

      I am glad you find the article helpful. Condiments add flavor and other unwanted junk to our food. Mustard is not as tasty as ketchup but it is probably the healthiest option. For a low carb diet mayonnaise is a good choice. Are sweet potato fries allowed on a low carb diet?

  2. Riaz Shah says:

    The billion-dollar question of a lifetime, I’m glad to know that I’m not the only one thinking about it! I have wondered a lot of times though, when people put various condiments especially those custom burgers on just how much will they affect the body, I never knew tartar sauce and mayonnaise is that heavy! Time to eat healthy without sauce, here’s to our bodies 😀

    • Sunshine says:

      Thanks for your response. Lets be honest, a hamburger is not the same without ketchup or mayonnaise. And don’t forget the cheese. Furthermore, we slather the stuff on like it our last supper. But once start reading the labels you realize the serving size is way smaller than you think. A burger is not really that bad with the condiments. Right? Lol

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