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Burger King’s Triple Whopper with cheese

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No one needs this much meat in one sitting. This fat heavy burger will set you back 1,300 calories and 2.5 grams of trans fat (which should be 0 in our diets). 90 grams of fat isn’t an appealing number either, so it’s best to just never order this sandwich.

Chick-Fil-A’s hash brown scramble burrito with sausage

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720 calories, 47 grams of fat, 1,450 mg of sodium and a stomach ache later. This breakfast wrap is probably the worst thing to eat in the morning and whilst it may be filling due to size, you won’t get any genuine energy or nutrition from this.

McDonald’s Big Breakfast with Hotcakes

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This one huge meal has over 1340 calories which is very close to some peoples entire daily intake. On top of that, you’ll be eating around 63 grams of fat and 2,070 mg of sodium, which is a ton of salt for no real reason!

Taco Bell’s Breakfast Crunchwrap with sausage

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Pretty much every aspect of this meal is bad for you. Bleached flour wrap, deep fried hash brown and processed sausage meat. The fat levels for this one item is over 49 grams, which is insane for not even a full meal. Skip this calorific wrap and make one at home.

Wendy’s Pretzel Bacon Pub Triple

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Nothing in a fast food place needs to be tripled. This sandwich has over 1,490 calories and 100 grams of fat, including 5 grams of trans fat. None of that screams health and very little nutrition other than a big boost of protein, but it’s doubtful you’ll want to work out after eating this.

In-N-Out’s Double Double

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A popular food place for those living on the west coast. Their menu contains less items but still some not great for your health. With over 670 calories and 41 grams of fat, this burger will make you feel lethargic and maybe sick after eating.

Sonic’s SuperSONIC Double Cheeseburger

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Double trouble. This burger alone exceeds the daily recommended levels of saturated fat and is super high in sodium, which is the worst thing for your heart health. Forget about the 53 grams of protein because the amount of carbs will make you feel sleepy straight away.

Jack In The Box Grande sausage breakfast burrito

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Rule of thumb is to avoid breakfast burritos from fast food joints. This dish is high in everything bad, calories, sodium, fat and very low in anything else worth eating. Those 72 grams of fat are going to be hard on your body to digest with only a measly five grams of fiber.

Carl’s Jr. El Diablo Angus

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Does your burger really need to be topped with jalapeño poppers and bacon? The ranch sauce adds another fatty element to this already fat ridden burger, topping it off at over 63 grams of fat and 2 grams of trans fat. The 1050 calories should deter you as that is over half of the average person’s calories for the day.

White Castle Double Cheese Slider

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Double the cheese and double the meat. Whilst the calories aren’t awful the sodium is still over 1050 mg which can cause havoc on your heart. Also, for such a ‘small’ fast food item, it has one gram of trans fat, which should be avoided at all cost.

Checkers Smoky BBQ Bacon Buford

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Anything that advertises more than one patty should just be avoided. This meaty sandwich has your whole day’s limit of saturated fat in it, so anything you eat after that is going to negatively affect you. With over 970 calories you may as well fast until the next day if you’ve already eaten breakfast before this.

Bojangles Cajun Filet Club Sandwich

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Basically anything that has trans fats in the nutritional information should be avoided at all cost. This southern style burger has 660 calories and 2260 mg of sodium, so if you have high blood pressure you should stay away from ordering this and bake your own chicken at home.

KFC Famous Bowl

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Creamy mash potatoes, gravy and cheese, sounds like a bowl made to clog your arteries. At a whole 730 calories, if you’re a smaller woman that’s around half of your daily calories in a single meal. The sodium content also exceeds your daily recommended limit, which isn’t great at all…

Arby’s Half Pound Beef and Cheddar

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The picture of this meal says it all, who needs to eat a family portion of beef at once? The combination of cheese and meat leads to a not so great 71 grams of fat and 1980 mg of sodium. 740 calories and pretty much all from fat and protein and no other vitamins.

Popeye’s 5-piece Tenders

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Five pieces of crispy breaded chicken are gonna be gone in no time, so how do they get to be 710 calories? 3040 mg of sodium is a dangerous amount and is way over your whole days allowance, so think wisely before choosing this menu item.

Dairy Queen Brownie Dough Blizzard

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Sounds delicious, but let the calorie count put you off. A large blizzard can have around 1400 calories, which is some people’s entire day. The 150 grams of sugar will make you feel so sick after eating, if you even finish the size of a large.

Subway The Monster

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Just the name says it all. Stuffed with steak, bacon, cheese and ranch, so all the things we all know are bad for us. A footlong of this sandwich is a whopping 1470 calories, so if you really have to try it out, maybe opt for a six inch.

Hardee’s Monster Thickburger

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At 1420 calories, the amount of fat this burger has could power a house. Made up of a 1/3 pound of Angus beef and lashings of bacon and cheese, there’s no wonder it’s called the Monster. If you just can’t wait to try it out, bring a friend and split it.

Meat Lover’s Pizza Hut Pizza

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As the name suggests this is topped with pretty much every kind of meat. Pepperoni, sausage, ham, beef and bacon, and of course double the cheese. The calories for the whole pizza are insane at 2320 for a medium and 290 per slice, so it’s best you share.

Shake Shack’s Double SmokeShack Burger

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Again with the double patties. This burger is made up of extras like bacon and cheese, just adding to the fat and sodium content that will make you feel gross after eating. It’s 830 for the burger alone, without sides, so choose wisely if it’s worth it.

Cinnabon’s Caramel Pecanbon

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Yes, it looks delicious, but you will regret it after eating. This sugary, gooey bun takes the cake when it comes to calories, at a whopping 1090 for a single roll. Pecans have some nutritional value alone, but that’s completely out the window when smothered in frosting and syrup.

Chipotle Carnitas Burrito


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But beans and veggies are good right? Not when paired with the other toppings in this burrito. With a side of queso and chips this burrito will come out to be over 2200 calories and a whopping 117 grams of fat. They do tend to be bigger than your head so there’s no reason you should eat the whole thing in one sitting.

Dunkin’ Donuts Butter Pecan swirl frozen coffee

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It’s surprisingly not their donuts with the most calories per serving. This sweet coffee drink has over 1160 calories and 168 grams of sugar, which is an insane amount for a single item and way over your daily limit. It also has 393 mg of caffeine and 400 is the limit for an adult.

Five Guys Bacon Cheeseburger

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Depending on your topping choices this hefty burger can range from 900-1000 calories without any sides or drink. Adding bacon seems to be a favorite for fast food places, but all it does is up the fat and sodium content too. The fries at five guys aren’t shy on calories either.

Quiznos Large Tuna Melt

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Regardless of 9 or 12 inch bread you’ll be getting a whole lot of calories for this sandwich. The large will set you back 1760 calories, which is crazy for a single sub and basically your whole day’s worth of calories. Don’t forget the 93 grams of fat and 2120 mg of sodium too to wash it down.

Domino’s Three Cheese Mac-N-Cheese Breadbowl pasta

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More cheese than pasta, so that’s pretty much where the astonishing amount of calories come from. This awkwardly named dish sits at 1460 calories, so you’ll need some friends to share this with and then go for a long walk to help digest all those carbs.

Whataburger Mushroom Swiss Burger

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The mushrooms aren’t doing anything for your health here. This burger has over 70 grams of fat and 1110 calories which is around the same amount of calories as 6 original glazed Krispy Kreme donuts. So think about that before you order this fatty meal.

Panera Bread Large Macaroni and Cheese

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This serving has over 950 calories and 61 grams of fat, so basically nothing good. The cheese is also full of sodium (like all fast food places it seems) and this one serving has 2450 mg of sodium which is very high levels that shouldn’t be consumed in one sitting.

Applebee’s The Classic Combo

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So this is more of a combo of dishes, but they still all come out together regardless. Mozzarella sticks, spinach and artichoke dip, chicken quesadillas and boneless wings. Seems like someone just couldn’t decide so ordered the whole menu and it came out to 2290 calories and 132 grams of fat.

Little Caesars Stuffed Crust Deep! Deep! Pepperoni Pie

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A single portion or slice of this pizza comes to 420 calories, not bad right? Sure if anyone ever just eats one small slice of pizza and not a few. Just one slice also holds 20 grams of fat and 840 mg of sodium, so those numbers add up quickly.

Smashburger Double Smoked Bacon Brisket burger

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This double burger is also piled high with brisket and bacon so really is a mouthful. It’s about 200 calories heavier than regular double burgers and includes 4 grams of trans fats which is the worst thing. The 2800 mg of sodium puts it up there with the worst burgers available.

Wingstop Large Louisiana Voodoo Fries

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No one wants a dry fry but these are completely drenched in fatty sauces. Cheese, ranch and cajun seasoning makes these fries super high calorie and sodium, at around 1180 calories per item. With literally 0 grams of fiber you won’t feel great after eating these.

Zaxby’s Chicken Bacon Ranch Loaded Fries

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Topping fried potatoes with other fried foods is a recipe for disaster. This fry dish comes out at 1270 calories and 78 grams of fat, and because it’s easy to eat you will probably end up eating them all to yourself. All that sodium will give your heart a quick health check too.

Buffalo Wild Wings’ Buffalo Chicken Tots

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Whilst they’re meant to be shareable that doesn’t mean they’re less in calories per portion. They are topped with everything and the kitchen sink, from blue cheese to ranch. The whole dish has 2110 calories and 144 grams of fat, so if you’re gonna share, do it with many people.

A&W Large Cheese Curds

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Who knew fried cheese was bad for you? A large order of these crispy breaded cheese bites are over your days worth of sodium and around 1140 calories. They are small and bite sized so super easy to finish without realizing, so maybe opt for a regular.

Del Taco’s Queso Loaded Nachos

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This is basically a spilled out burrito with how many toppings they add. At 1030 calories, they are more calories than some of the actual burritos on the Del Taco menu due to them being served on a bed of sodium packed tortilla chips and Queso Blanco.

Qdoba’s Quesabirria Burrito

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This item was popular when it came out due to the new Birria addition, but it came with a new price: super high sodium. This one wrap is 980 calories and has 2600 mg of sodium, which is a dangerously high amount of salt for one meal. The 95 grams of fat don’t help it’s cause either.

Culver’s Triple Bacon Deluxe

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Culver’s ButterBurgers are what they’re known for, so add several patties, bacon, cheese and mayo and you’ve added 1000 calories to the original. This burger is 1090 calories and full of cholesterol building fats, 30.5 grams of only saturated fats to be exact and one measly gram of fiber.

Jimmy John’s Gargantuan on french bread

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16 inches of bread is just so unnecessary. Piled high with everything you can think of like salami, smoked ham, turkey and provolone just to name a few of the ingredients. This whole sandwich eventually comes out at 2160 calories which is more than some people need in a whole day. 7750 mg of sodium is also out of this world.

Papa John’s Philly Cheesesteak pizza

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Philly cheesesteak pizza is not only full of cheese but has a pepperoni stuffed crust. This huge pizza is meant to serve 10 people with each slice being 370 calories, but that means the whole pizza is a whopping 37o0 calories, and realistically who is sticking to one slice.