Get the facts on what you've been eating for years at fast food restaurants! Fast Food Nutrition.org has the nutrition facts for over 6,000 menu items from the most popular fast food restaurants. To begin, select a restaurant.
Want to know how many carbs you just had? Try our fast food meal calculator. Simply enter the restaurant you ate at and what food you had, and it will give you all the nutrition facts for your meal.
Everyday, millions of people find themselves in line at their favorite burrito or Asian restaurant, faced with a decision of colossal importance: white or brown rice? Ok, maybe it isn't THAT big of a decision, but in a world where we're all trying to eat a little healthier, choosing the right option for your rice can make a difference.
So which should you choose? Is brown rice healthier than white, the way whole grain bread is healthier than white bread? Or is the idea that brown rice is healthier just a myth? There's only one way to know for sure... let's look at the nutrition facts!
Keep reading to find out if white or brown rice is healthier
Fast food has a reputation for being unhealthy, and in a world of triple bacon cheeseburgers, it's easy to see why. However, as Americans seek to improve their diets, a growing number of healthy options are popping up on fast food menus around the country. Today we celebrate the best of the best, and award them the 2015 FastFoodNutrition.org Healthy Taste Award.
To pick our winners, we asked you, our website visitors, to tell us what you think are the healthiest and tastiest menu options from fast food restaurants. After counting the more than 150,000 votes cast, three clear winners emerged. These menu items represent the best that fast food has to offer. With these healthy and delicious options readily available with drive-thru convenience, you no longer have an excuse to not eat healthy.
Keep reading to see the winners of the Healthy Taste Award
If you look at the ingredients in McDonald's grilled chicken, you'll see a lot of stuff that you likely don't stock in your home pantry. Maltodextrin coats the chicken to achieve even distribution of seasoning. Sodium phosphates are used to keep the chicken's texture from deteriorating during transport. Artificial flavors are present in the liquid margarine that the chicken is cooked in. Sounds just like mom's home cooking, right?
The good news is that this is all about to change. McDonald's has just announced an improved grilled chicken recipe; one that has ingredients you'll actually recognize.
Keep reading to learn what's in McDonald's new grilled chicken
Today we mourn the loss of two Taco Bell menu items, the Sriracha Quesarito and the Waffle Taco. Ok, maybe we don't actually mourn the loss of these calorie-laden examples of pseudo-Mexican cuisine, but if people missed Chicken Fries, someone is bound to miss these items too.
Continue reading about the cancellation of the Sriracha Quesarito and Waffle Taco.
For years, food companies have been making vegetable products that look like meat. But back in 2005, Burger King flipped the script by introducing chicken fries, which were quite possibly the first meat product made to look like a vegetable. Chicken fries were crispy pieces of fried chicken, with a french fry shape that made them perfect for dipping. After a 7 year run, Burger King discontinued Chicken Fries in 2012.
This did not sit well with fans of chicken fries. They took to the internet threatening to boycott Burger King and even signing presidential petitions asking Obama to bring about the return of Chicken Fries. It took a few years, but Burger King finally listened, and chicken fries are back!
So what's healthier; eating your chicken in nugget or fry shape? Or does it matter at all? Let's look at the nutrition facts and find out!
Keep reading to learn about Burger King Chicken Fries nutrition facts
In a world of bacon-wrapped pizzas and sandwiches that use fried chicken as bread, it's always a cause for celebration when a fast food restaurant brings out a new menu item that is truly healthy. Today Panera has done just that! Well, almost. Panera's new broth bowls look to be a great option for a healthy, low-calorie lunch... so long as you have low blood pressure!
Allow me to explain.
Keep reading as we look at the nutrition facts for Panera's Broth Bowls
St. Patrick's Day is almost here and it's time to bring out that one green shirt that's way too ugly to wear any other day of the year. While you're doing that, McDonald's is also digging out one of their old green favorites, the Shamrock Shake. This peppermint-flavored, bright green milkshake makes an annual appearance for St Patty's day, much to the delight of its many fans. But what's in a Shamrock Shake? And how is it so green that it looks like it might just glow in the dark? Let's take a look!
Continue reading to get all the details on the ingredients and nutrition for a Shamrock Shake.