Arby’s Turkey Gyro is a low-calorie menu option ideal for weight managers seeking a light snack.
It has fewer calories than Arby’s Traditional Greek Gyro and also than the chain’s Roast Beef Gyro, which clocks in at 550 calories. It’s less calorie dense than Arby’s popular Roast Beef Sandwich too.
The chain’s Turkey Gyro contains thinly sliced roasted turkey breast and traditional Tzatziki sauce.
It also includes vegetables and gyro seasonings, among other fresh ingredients.
We’ll get into more detail about ingredients and preparation below.
Arby’s Turkey Gyro Nutritional Information
The chain’s Turkey Gyro features sliced turkey, shredded iceberg lettuce, red onions, tomatoes, Tzatziki sauce, and Greek seasoning on a warm, soft Pita bread.
There are 470 calories in an Arby’s Turkey Gyro. Of those 470 calories, 180 are from fat, and 192 come from carbohydrates.
You can see the full nutritional breakdown of the chain’s Turkey Gyro below:
- Calories: 470
- Calories From Fat: 180
- Fat: 20g
- Saturated Fat: 3.5g
- Trans Fat: 0g
- Cholesterol: 45mg
- Sodium: 1520mg
- Carbohydrates: 48g
- Fiber: 3g
- Sugars: 5g
- Protein: 25g
Arby’s Turkey Gyro is a pretty healthy option for a fast-food snack. And you can make it even healthier by forgoing carb and fat-heavy ingredients such as the Tzatziki sauce.
To burn the 470 calories this bad boy has, you would have to run 40 minutes at a 12-minute-mile page. Or, cycle non-stop for 45 minutes at a moderate pace.
The gyro is amazing, I would run 40 minutes at a 6-minute-mile pace just so I could eat two in one sitting without having to worry about gaining extra weight.
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Nutrition Info via: Arby’s