On those nights when you are too tired to cook anything fresh out of food, and hungry for something hand-delivered, takeout is frequently the only notion that is viable. Sure, classic choices are known for being high in calories, fat, sodium, and the like, but just because you’re ordering in doesn’t automatically mean you’ll be stuck eating grub.
Take Thai food, for instance. Registered dietitians are fans of the choice because alongside famously indulgent options like fried rice and pad Thai, many restaurants serve dishes packed with lots and lean cuts of meat and lots of veggies. Some of them even offer spins on those options, too.