On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m sharing the 7 worst fast food meals for weight loss from some of the most popular fast food restaurants.
It’s no secret that fast food restaurants are not the place to Live Lean.
Although some fast food restaurants are providing “healthier” options, there are still some gut exploding meal options that I wouldn’t recommend anyone eat.
During my research, I went to the nutrition information section of each of these 7 popular fast food restaurants.
I then picked out the worst options based on what everyday people may choose to eat when ordering a meal.
Each analyzed meal contains a typical main item, a side item, and a drink.
If you want to know more about the healthiest options at these fast food restaurants, I did videos each one below:
Are you eating any of these 7 worst fast food meals?
This is going to be scary.
All right, let’s do this.
Here are the worst of the worst fast food meals, starting in order with the lowest calories to the highest calories.
Here is the worst fast food meal for weight loss at Tim Horton’s:
The majority of the 246g of carbohydrates comes from the extra large candy cane hot chocolate.
This is the type of hot chocolate that is not your friend to Live Lean.
All right, let’s move on to number 6.
Here are the Healthiest Foods At Tim Hortons.
I could say so many different things when it comes to the chemicals and unhealthy ingredients used in the foods at Subway.
However, for this video post, we are simply sticking to analyzing the calories and macronutrients of the meals.
So let’s get into it.
Here is the worst fast food meal for weight loss at Subway:
That is a crazy amount of sodium for one meal.
Here are the Healthiest Foods At Subway.
Let’s move on to number 5.
Here is the worst fast food meal for weight loss at Chick-fil-A:
Here are the Healthiest Foods At Chick-fil-A.
Let’s keep this going.
Here is the worst fast food meal for weight loss at McDonald’s:
The large McCafe vanilla chai tea iced frappe with whipped cream is dangerous.
Here are the Healthiest Foods At McDonald’s.
Here is the worst fast food meal for weight loss at Chipotle:
Here are the Healthiest Foods At Chipotle.
Here is the worst fast food meal for weight loss at KFC:
Yes, KFC offers a 64oz serving of soda.
Here are the Healthiest Foods At KFC.
Here is the number 1 worst fast food meal for weight loss from Wendy’s:
Damn that’s not good.
Here are the Healthiest Foods At Wendy’s.
In the comments below, tell me, have you ever ordered any of these fast food items?
If not, which of these is your favorite fast food restaurant?
Don’t be shy, we all know you eat fast food every once in a while.
I do too.
Every one of these unhealthy fast food meals have the following in common:
Stay away from these unhealthy fast food options unless you’re training to be a sumo wrestler.
As always, the best option is to control the ingredients going into your food, by cooking for yourself in bulk.
Then take leftovers with you to eat throughout the day.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.