Let’s face it – today’s fast food is just not that good for you. Sure, all the major chains have salads, broiled chicken, and other somewhat healthy items on their menus, but the majority of their food is loaded with fat, sugar and calories. But, there soon man be a healthy alternative!

A group of former McDonald’s executives has started a new company called Lyfe Kitchen. Their mission is to bring all that they’ve learned about fast food efficiency to healthy food. Their goal is to open 1,000 franchised locations throughout the country within the next few years.

Their restaurant kitchens use no butter, no cream, no white sugar, no white flour, no high-fructose corn syrup, no GMOs, no trans fats and no additives. Just natural, healthy food that tastes great! And they think they can cook and serve their food in the same amount of time it takes McDonald’s to make a regular hamburger.

Without a doubt, this is an idea that’s worth supporting! We wish them the best of luck and look forward to seeing one of their restaurants open close to us!

If you would like to learn more about Lyfe Kitchen, there’s a great article in the August 2012 issue of Wired Magazine (there’s a great video on the Wired site too! Check it out!)

Remember, healthy choices you make each day can transform your family for generations! What choices will you make today?

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You may also want to read: Healthy Eating: Try the “Rule of 2″, What You Eat First Matters, 7 Tips for Eating Healthy While Eating Out

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