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Consuming two burgers is healthier than adding a side of fries, says nutritionist

Nutritionist and registered dietitian Emily Field encourages clients to think about macronutrients when they choose a meal.

According to Business Insider, balancing fat, carbohydrates, and protein can help curb cravings and keep energy levels steady throughout the day. A recent study published in the journal Nutritional Metabolism suggests balance is important because of the role different macronutrients play in regulating our blood sugar levels — the energy our cells carry and distribute throughout the body after a meal.

By swapping the fries for a second burger, it doubles the protein intake while reducing the amount of fat and carbs consumed.

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