Shape Up Challenge
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Latest Philly Shape Up Challenge
Here are some simple tips to help you get back on track and keep your body healthy.
Making Healthy Choices Begins At Breakfast. Eating a balanced breakfast every morning can help promote a healthy weight, but keep in mind that the type of breakfast does matter.
There is exciting bread news at SUBWAY® restaurants! Our bread is now fortified with bone-building power-houses, calcium and vitamin D.
Eating well while on the go doesn’t have to be hard. These days, virtually every major quick service restaurant gives full nutrition information on their websites and/or on nutrition brochures located in the store.
Get flavor without the flab when you try this American classic.
- Featured Sandwich: 6” Subway Club® 03/27/2012
- Featured Sandwich: 6” Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki 03/27/2012