Unhealthiest Fast Food Meals

Jenn Leach

This creator on TikTok went viral for creating a roundup of the unhealthiest fast food meals. His video reached over 12 million views, 1.6 million likes, 14,000+ comments, and 67,000+ favorites.

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Here it is:

What does the video reveal?

It's a countdown of the unhealthiest fast food meals counted down from 10 to 1. This is it...

10. Zaxbys - 6 Finger Plate

  • Up to 2,090 calories and 93 grams of fat
  • The meal includes 6 chicken fingers with Zax sauce or Sauced Fingerz, with ranch sauce. You also get crinkle fries, Texas Toast, coleslaw, and a small Coke beverage.

9. Raising Canes - Caniac Combo

  • Up to 2,040 calories
  • Very similar to Zaxby's 6 finger plate, the Caniac combo comes with: 6 chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, 2 Cane's sauce, Texas Toast, coleslaw, and a large fountain drink.

8. McDonald's - Big Breakfast

  • 1,340 calories for the Big Breakfast with Hotcakes meal
  • You get pancakes, a biscuit, scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, and butter and syrup.

7. Five Guys - Fries

6. In & Out- 4X4

  • 1,050 calories
  • This is a 4-patty burger sandwich and 4 slices of cheese.

5. Dairy Queen - Cheese Curds

4. Wendy's - Big Bacon Triple

  • 1,220 calories
  • It's a triple cheeseburger with bacon. Wendy's gives you

3. McDonald's - Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese

  • 520 calories
  • McDonald's gives you 1/4 lb. of beef with 2 slices of American cheese, pickles, and onions

2. KFC - Famous Bowl

  • 740 calories and 35 grams of fat (the combo can bank a whopping 1,100+ calories)
  • This bowl consists of fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, and sweet corn, sprinkled with their 3-cheese blend

1. Burger King - Triple Whopper

  • 1,170 calories
  • The burger alone is three flame-grilled beef patties topped with tomatoes, onions, lettuce, pickles, mayo, and ketchup

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