Taco Bell is a fast-food chain known for its Mexican-inspired menu items, such as tacos, burritos, and nachos.
Taco Bell's menu is generally considered to be high in calories, fat, and sodium and is not considered a healthy fast-food option, although they do offer some lower-calorie options such as fresco-style menu items that replace cheese and sauces with pico de gallo.
Items to avoid at Taco Bell include the Beefy 5-Layer Burrito, Quesarito, and Crunchwrap Supreme, all of which are high in calories and fat. Additionally, the nachos and chalupas can be high in sodium.
To make healthier choices at Taco Bell, consider ordering the fresco-style options that are lower in calories and fat. You can also opt for soft tacos with grilled chicken or steak and choose sides like black beans or pico de gallo instead of nachos or chips. Finally, be mindful of portion sizes and avoid adding extras like sour cream, cheese, or guacamole.
Below are the full nutrition facts for the full Taco Bell menu. Select any item to view the complete nutritional information including calories, carbs, sodium and Weight Watchers points. You can also use our calorie filter to find the Taco Bell menu item that best fits your diet.