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Fast Food Restaurant Comparison

Fast food is bad food. That is common knowledge these days. The majority of the foods served at fast food restaurants contain an insane amount of calories, tons of fat, and are high in pretty much everything else that you would want your food to be low in. Long story short, it is the kind of food you want to avoid eating. But, you probably know this already. The funny thing is, most of the world doesn't seem to

care. The fast food restaurants continue to do just fine because people continue to eat their

unhealthy food. So I figured, if you are still going to eat this junk, you might as well at least

know which is the best of the worst, and which is the worst of the worst.

I've compared the nutrition facts of the most popular foods from 2 fast food restaurants within

my local living area. Let's see how each restaurant version of pretty much the same exact food is

in comparison with each other and in what they serve. If this isn't enough to convince you to eat

less (or none) of this stuff, it will at least give you the information you need to make the better

choice and avoid making the worst one. I personally do not frequent fast food chains very often

because of the way I feel after eating a burger and fries. To me it makes me feel real sluggish and

full of grease and fat. Hopefully after this it will make you think twice about super-sizing you

fries or adding bacon to you already fat laced hamburger.

FRENCH FRIES
Fast Food
RestaurantTypeServing
SizeCaloriesTotal Fat
(g)Saturated
Fat (g)Trans Fat
(g)Carbs
(g)Sodium
(mg)
Jack In The BoxSeasoned
Curly Fries17064033810601200
Arby'sHomestyle2135663771821029

Best French Fries by comparison would be Jack-In-The-Box less fat overall but the sodium content is much higher than Arby's, however calories in Arby's...
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