Fast Food Calories & Nutrititon Facts
Long John Silver’s is a quick-serve restaurant, specializing in seafood, that has been around for over 40 years. Long John Silver’s is multi-branded with A&W™,…
Jack in the Box, Inc. is the name of the company that operates over 2,000 restaurants/fast food franchises under the same name. Jack in the…
Culver’s is a popular fast food chain best known for their frozen custard and ‘Butterburgers®.’ The menu’s emphasis is on beef, chicken, soups and frozen custard desserts….
If you are planning to dine out at Buffalo Wild Wings® and are not concerned about calories – then go for it! An occasional splurge…
Chick-fil-A® is a fast food chain with hundreds of locations nationwide. Their claim to fame, of course, is chicken (nuggets, strips and sandwiches), but the restaurant offers many other items such as sandwich ‘wraps,’ salads and desserts.
When you are in the mood for fast food, specifically, a juicy fast food hamburger, it may be hard to find a substitute that will satisfy your craving. So, just how much (calorie) damage will a fast food hamburger do to your weight loss or weight maintenance diet?
Though technically a fast food restaurant, Subway restaurants carved out a unique niche for themselves when a customer, known simply as “Jared” was discovered to have lost over 100 pounds on a diet consisting only of Subway sandwiches.
These days, with more and more restaurants catering to those looking for diet-friendly fare, it isn’t too much of a challenge to find healthier food items, even at fast food establishments. But, for the most part, even the healthy choices offer calories aplenty. So, are there any low-calorie choices? If you look carefully, you might be pleasantly surprised.
The truth is that McDonald’s has a wide range of choices. Eating healthy or not is up to you. Many famous McDonald’s choices are loaded with calories, fat and saturated fat, but other, more recent offerings have much less of all three. Here are some comparisons of different McDonald’s choices to help make conscious decisions about either sticking to your diet or indulging yourself once and awhile.
The magazine "Which?" tested food from Burger King, KFC, McDonald’s and Pizza Hut.
The magazine "Which?" bought and tested food from Burger King, KFC, McDonald’s and Pizza Hut. The nutritional analysis revealed that information disclosed by fast food chains often understates the calorie, saturated fat and salt content of foods.