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McDonald's might not be the best choice for a meal - but if you are going to have one, you better double up.

A nutritionist has revealed that customers should be purchasing two burgers when they visit one of their chains in order to balance your blood sugar.

Yes, really. Hear us out.

It will also give you more protein but you'll inherit a few more unwanted calories, which means you'll have to put a few more sessions in at the gym as a result.

Whatever you do, just don't bother with the fries as they will give you nothing but fat and carbs.

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Emily Field is the dietician who came up with this solution to the fast food.

She told Business Insider UK:

By swapping the fries for a second burger, then, you're nearly doubling your protein intake while reducing the amount of fat and carbs you're eating,

Since fast-food is already high in fat and carbs and pretty low in protein, this simple switch could help steady your blood sugar levels.

Although it is not a healthy choice, you'll have to balance your blood sugar by consuming enough of the macro-nutrients found in McDonald's burgers.

Those macro-nutrients are fats, carbs and protein and if you eat the right levels of those it will improve your chances of not gaining weight.

Furthermore, if you are eating enough protein you are more unlikely to crave another helping of fast food the following day.

Eating more McDonald's and staying (as far as you can be in the restaurant) healthy?

Yes please!

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HT Daily Mail

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