Many of us like fast food, even if we know that it is unhealthy. And you know what? You can eat fast food from time to time, and nothing bad will happen. It is completely okay to do that. Who doesn’t want to eat a burger and some fries once in a while?
But you should know that a lot of fast food items from well-known chains are loaded with refined sugars and saturated fats. This is directly linked to a much larger risk of developing various health conditions such as type 2 diabetes or heart problems.
When deciding to order something, you should be careful because some menu options are much more unhealthy than others, and it is recommended to avoid them at all costs.
Now, what are the worst fast food items you can order? Read on and find out what foods to steer clear of when dining at the most popular fast-food chains in the US.
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While I do agree with all of these “no-no’s,” I have to put in my own 2-cents’ worth. Twice a month, I order a Whopper from Burger King. Actually, it is a cheese burger… but nothing “double,” I didn’t even know that was an option. But I order the Whopper with lettuce, tomato, pickles, mustard and mayonnaise. That said, I never eat it all in one day. I eat approximately half, and save the rest (in the fridge, to be microwaved) the next day. As for what else I eat, in addition to that, well… very little, actually. Except for that Whopper, I eat ONLY organic foods, bought at an all-organic market. That Whopper is my one indulgence. I do wish that articles about the sins of fast foods would offer the suggestion of eating only half, or a third, or even a quarter (in the case of some of those subs), in which case they wouldn’t be as unhealthy as claimed. Just sayin’…