Healthy fast food
They let us in on their secrets to finding nutritious foods in places where you may think it's just not possible.
And we don't just mean order the salad.
A Thai diet is rice-based rather than wheat-based, so is naturally good for gluten-free diets (you'll need to use gluten-free soy sauce and stock cubes though) and those looking to cut down on eating wheat.
Check nutrition labels to find out what's really in the product. If you don't recognize an ingredient don't but it. Below are five tips for making healthy snack choices for kids:
HuffPost Food Reporter Joe Satran and Culinary Nutritionist Stefanie Sacks join Caitlyn to talk about if the nutritional information provided by fast-food restaurants really dictates what's healthy and what's not.