So I had a Subway sub for lunch today and I got to thinking, how much healthier is this than a Chipotle burrito. If you get a burrito loaded, it is really bad for you, but I don't. I ususally go for the same thing all the time. So I punched through the numbers: Subway 12" turkey and ham on wheat with swiss cheese, green pepper, lettuce, carrots, cucumber. Also a bag of Sun Chips harvest cheddar. For Chipotle I had a Burrito Bol with chicken, cheese, lettuce, rice, black beans, and corn salsa. Water with both (of course). Subway worked out to this: Calories 820 Fat 25 Sat Fat 9 Trans Fat 0 Cholesterol 80 Sodium 2680 Carbs 113 Fiber 10 Sugar 18 Protein 50 Vit A 16 Vit C 60 Calcium 42 Iron 52 Chipotle worked out to this: Calories 804 Fat 29 Sat Fat 9 Trans Fat NA Cholesterol 126 Sodium 2079 Carbs 85 Fiber 10.5 Sugar 3 Protein 52 Vit A 114 Vit C 35 Calcium 23 Iron 8 The burrito had less calories, same sat fat, much less sodium, less carbs, less sugar, more fiber and protein. Weird, huh? And both of these will fill me up about the same.