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Three Unhealthiest Fast Foods

Posted on 27. Sep, 2013 by in Wellness

It is best to avoid eating fast food. However, if you are like a lot of busy people, then you are probably forced to eat on the go sometimes.  Even though most of the food served at fast food restaurants typically not good for you, there are some foods that are much more unhealthy than others. Below are 3 unhealthiest fast foods that you should try to avoid:

Domino’s Chicken Carbona Breadbowl Pasta

The carbona breadbowl pasta contains 1,480 calories, which is nearly 70 percent of the recommended daily caloric intake for the average adult.  It also contains 56 grams of fat. Keep in mind that nutritionists recommend that people get between 65 and 80 grams of fat. Additionally, the carbona breadbowl pasta contains 2,200 mg of sodium. People need to get less than 2,400 mg of sodium per day. Excessive sodium intake has been linked to high blood pressure and other health problems.

You would be better off getting three slices of cheese pizza than the carbona breadbowl pasta. Three slices of cheese pizza has less than 900 calories.

Mcdonalds Big Breakfast

Mcdonalds Big Breakfast contains a large biscuit, pancakes, syrup and margarine. This meal contains 1,370 calories, 64 grams of fat, 2,335 mg of sodium and 49 grams of sugar. The big breakfast contains more sugar than four Reese Peanut Butter cups. It should be no surprise that this meal was named one of the 3 unhealthiest  fast foods. You would be better off ordering hash rounds and an egg mcmuffin.

Kentucky Fried Chicken Meal With Macaroni And Cheese, Biscuit

And Potato Wedges

This meal contains twice the daily recommended intake of sodium. It also has 1,681 calories and nearly 100 grams of fat. You would be better off eating two honey barbecue snackers with mashed potatoes and gravy.

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