5 Fantastically Terrible Meals

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5 Fantastically Terrible Meals = 5 Hours on a Treadmill

These meals may look good, taste good, be quite filling and be a good bang for your caloric
buck but they might also kill you. Some of these meals are two days’ worth of calories or the
equivalent of six “regular” meals.

Jogging on a treadmill will burn around 800 calories at 5.5 miles per hour. At that pace it could
take between 3.5 to 5.0 hours of jogging none stop to burn the amount of calories in the meals
listed below. You would have to run almost an entire marathon to burn off the Johnny Rockets
combo.

It is no wonder we have so many people having so many problems losing weight in this country.
One of these meals can add around a pound to the human frame. Eat like this every day and
you'll gain 300 lbs in one year.

Here are they are:

  • White Castle

Chicken rings- 1760 Cal, 158 g of fat and 2020mg of salt

Vanilla Shake- 1330 calories, 33g of fat and 185g of sugar

Total- 3090 Calories, 191g of fat, 185g of sugar and 2020mg of salt.

 

  • Dairy Queen

Half lbs Flame Thrower Grill Burger- 1000 Cal, 74g of fat and 1610 mg of salt.
Peanut butter Malt- 1350 calories, 72g of fat and 107g of sugar
Chili Cheese Fries- 1020 Calories, 51 g of fat and 116g of carbs.
Total- 3370 calories, 197g of fat.

 

  • Cheesecake Factory

Bistro Shrimp Pasta- 2290 cal, 73g of fat 196g of carbs.
Red Velvet Cheesecake- 1500 calories
Total- 3790 calories

 

  • Johnny Rockets

Double Bacon Cheeseburger- 1770 Calories, 125g of fat and 57 g of carbs.
Chili Cheese Fries- 1000 Calories, 56g of fat, and 93g of carbs.
Peanut butter Shake- 1100 Calories, 79g of fat and 80g of carbs
Total- 3870 Calories, 260g of fat and 230g of carbs.

 

  • Carl's Junior

Double Six dollar burger- 1500 calories
Vanilla Shake- 700 calories,
Onion Rings- 540 calories
Total- 2740 calories

 

Remember from the last blog, The 8 Worst Drinks, the recommended daily value, or RDA, is
what is recommended for consumption per day by the average American and include both food
and drinks. On foods and drinks that you buy at the store, the amount of each ingredient is listed
on the container with its percentage of the RDA. The RDA for calories for example is 2000
calories. So if a product has 500 calories it would be 25% of RDA.

Are you eating like this? If you are it's reality check time.