Break it down into components. Whole wheat bread = Healthy, if you need the carbs. Veggies always a good idea; high-cal mayo and dressings and fatty cheese not so much. Go on their website and look at the amount of fat, types of fat, sodium content, etc. If you're looking for a convenient carb source, the WW Vegetarian sub is a good choice, then add your own meat (as theirs often contains nitrites, preservates, or just a ton of mayo with their tuna). The Chicken and some of the coldcuts are pretty lean. If you choose the healthy options, it can be a pretty good meal for the busy individual. It's a matter of comparison; it's better than a double whopper on white bread.