What better way to kickoff a bitter cold Sunday morning than by talking about the warmth provided by 9 SMART options on the Dunkin’ Donuts menu?

Now, I know what you’re thinking…

“Has Kevin gone mad? Smart options at Dunkin’ Donuts?”

But, see, maybe you just don’t have any faith in DD – or me for that matter.

I know for a fact these 9 options are SMART because it says “SMART” right there in the name…

Dunkin Donuts DDSMART graphic

They even registered a trademark for it, which tells me they’re superduperserious.

And they always write it in all caps, which means it’s so important that they always have to shout it.

Trust me on this – I looked into the details. They’ve taken recommendations straight from the playbook of registered dietitians all over the country…

“Foods and Beverages with the DDSMART® logo are Reduced in calories, fat, saturated fat, sugar or sodium by at least 25% compared to a base product or other appropriate reference product.”

See that. They get the white coat stamp of approval!

You can also rest assured that these products are going to nourish you at the cellular level. Look at this…

“Foods and Beverages with the DDSMART® logo contain an ingredient or nutrient that is nutritionally beneficial.”

Now, I know what you’re thinking…

“Kevin, they could literally say that about any food, anywhere, ever.”

Nonsense. Stop trying to derail my email with facts.

The point here is that Dunkin’ Donuts has 9 SMART options like:

  • Blueberry muffins
  • Multigrain bagels
  • Oatmeal with as much sugar as a can of coke.
  • English muffins
  • Turkey sausage flatbread
  • Egg & Cheese Muffin
  • Ham, Egg, & Cheese Muffin
  • Veggie Egg White Flatbread
  • Egg & Cheese Quesadilla

Thanks to these SMART changes by DD, you’ll never have to worry about actual food overtaking processed grains in your daily eating ever again.

The bad news here is that I really don’t know how my Total Body Reboot program is going to compete with this kind of stuff.

I mean, there’s no longer any real reason to actually nourish your body with real food, functional movement, etc. You just choose SMART options at Dunkin’ Donuts and you’re home free.

Maybe I should rebrand or something.


What do you think? Too long?

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