Restaurant meals are known for being calorie and fat bombs, but some are worse than others. Way worse.
A typical restaurant entrée has roughly 1,000 calories, according to The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). But some meals are downright artery-clogging, with almost a day’s worth of calories, saturated fat, and sodium — by government standards, at least. As Business Insider reported, nutrition experts from CSPI examined menus from 200 chain restaurants to find the items that had the most calories, saturated fat, sodium, and sugar. Their results make up this year’s “Xtreme Eating” list.
Here’s the list of this year’s most unhealthiest food