For $5, you can have a cheeseburger, fries, and beverage, but your health will suffer. The 860-calorie burger comes with tiny fries and a drink.
The nuggets add 170 calories, 10 carbohydrates, and 11 fat to this 1080-calorie lunch.
Another 1,240-calorie salt bomb. A hefty five-layer burrito, crispy taco, cinnamon twists, and a large cola total more than half a day's calories.
Sandwich contains 492 calories, but a big drink and side might add 790 more.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans prescribe a daily sodium limit of 2,300 mg.
This sandwich combo has 1,380 calories, which is almost an adult's daily calorie limit. High salt is also bad. The CDC advises less than 2,300 mg per day.
This 1,260-calorie dinner includes too much salt. This meal has almost 70% of your daily saturated fat and 60% of your salt, so skip it.
This meal has artery-clogging fat from meat and cheese and additional sugar from soda.