Jenny Crouse, registered dietitian from Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, shares some tips for avoiding fast food even on the busiest summer days.
EFFINGHAM, IL - MARCH 30: A Quarter Pounder hamburger is served at a McDonald's restaurant on March 30, 2017 in Effingham, Illinois. McDonald's announced today that it will start making the burger with fresh beef patties instead of the frozen beef that it currently uses. (Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Between sporting events and beach days there's a lot of running around in the summer, and sometimes that means turning to fast food.
Registered Dietitian at the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Jenny Crouse has some advice for staying healthy and saying no to fast food this summer.