If you're looking for a way to make your meal from Subway a bit healthier, you might be tempted to swap out the traditional bread for Subway's flatbread. It's thinner, so it's less bread... that's gotta mean it's healthier, right? That certainly seems logical, but Chipotle's calorie-filled tortilla taught us that thin doesn't always mean healthy.
To see if flatbread is the smart choice at Subway, let's look at the nutrition facts!
Keep reading to see the nutrition facts for Subway's flatbread
Next time you find yourself at Chipotle, think twice before ordering that burrito. You might not realize it, but that thin, flour tortilla actually packs a HUGE caloric punch. To illustrate just how many calories there are in a Chipotle tortilla, here's a list of fast food menu items that actually have fewer calories:
Once again, FastFoodNutrition.org is expanding! Our newest addition to the site is Zaxby's, a fast food chicken joint that operates primarily in the southeast US. Zaxby's offers wings, chicken fingers, sandwiches and salads.
Before any of you Zaxby's fans look at the nutrition facts, be warned that it isn't pretty! Not even the salads (or zalads as they call them) pass our nutrition test.
Keep reading to learn more about Zaxby's nutrition facts.
For a limited time KFC will be bringing back one of the most ridiculous things they’ve ever put on their menu: the KFC Double Down. This monstrosity is a “sandwich” but it has no bread. Instead, what you have is bacon, two slices of cheese and a creamy sauce sandwiched between two pieces of fried chicken. That’s right, instead of bread, this sandwich uses fried chicken like a bun.
According to the KFC website, the Double Down will only be on the menu for a limited time, so you should “ eat it all day every day” (seriously, their website says this) . But what about the nutritional value of this sandwich? Is it healthy enough to eat all day every day?
Keep reading as we look at the nutrition facts for the KFC Double Down.
Taco Bell has always been known as a late night "4th meal" destination, but now Taco Bell wants you to think of
them for your first meal. Starting this week, Taco Bell is rolling out it’s first ever breakfast menu.
On the "first meal" menu, you will find familiar Taco Bell items such as tacos, burritos and the Crunchwrap Supreme, but with a new twist. The burrito and Crunchwrap are stuffed with traditional breakfast foods such as eggs, bacon and sausage. However, the most ridiculous item on the menu is the Waffle Taco; a waffle folded in half and stuffed with eggs and your choice of sausage or bacon.
So is there anything healthy on the Taco Bell breakfast menu? Keep reading as we look at the Taco Bell breakfast nutrition facts
The air has turned cool and crisp, and the landscape is awash in color from the changing leaves. Fall has arrived! But for coffee drinkers, the surest sign of fall is the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte.
For a few short months a year, Starbucks offers this rich, sweet, creamy coffee treat. Made with cinnamon, frothed milk and of course everyone's favorite gourd, the Pumpkin Spice Latte has become an immensely popular fall favorite.
But is the Pumpkin Spice Latte healthy enough to not break your diet? Or does all of the cream and sugar make this a dessert in disguise? There's only one way to find out... Let's take a look at the nutrition facts!
Keep reading as we look at the calories and nutrition facts for a Pumpkin Spice Latte.
The french fry; golden, crispy, and delicious. Unfortunately, everyone's favorite fast food side is also greasy, fatty and caloric. Burger King is aiming to fix that with their new Satisfries. These crinkle-cut french fries are billed as a healthier alternative to Burger King's traditional fries. But are they really healthy? And how do they taste? Read on to find out!
Continue reading as we look at the nutrition facts for Burger King Satisfries.