Being Smart at the Drive-Thru: Burgers -
After a long day, sometimes we don’t feel like cooking and we find ourselves in the drive-thru at a popular fast food joint. For many of us, this has only become more true as the lockdown has continued, leaving fast food and drive-thru's some of the last remaining safe forms of escape we have. As scrumptious and convenient as a fast-food meal may be, 5 minutes of burger bliss has the potential to sabotage your daily calorie goals. Here is the Nutritional information for Canada’s most popular burgers so that you can make a smart choice next time you pull up to the drive-thru window. McDonald’s Big Mac Calories: 520 Fat: 30g Carbs: 45g Protein: 24g Sodium: 950mg Harvey’s Angus Burger Calories: 410 Fat: 20g Carbs: 36g Protein: 22g Sodium: 780mg Wendy’s Single Cheeseburger Calories: 570 Fat: 34g Carbs: 40g Protein: 30g Sodium: 1,110mg A&W Teen Burger Calories: 490 Fat: 26g Carbs: 40g Protein: 25g Sodium: 1040mg Hero Certified Burgers: Hero 6oz Burger Calories: 600 Fat: 38.5g Carbs: 23g Protein: 29g Sodium: 747mg If you're thinking to yourself that some of your favourite places don't sound too bad, remember, fries will also add another 350-575 calories and 25-35g of fat!
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