McDonald's is not even close to healthy. When you think of McDonald's the first thing that you think of is their famous Fries. Its ok to eat there from time to time but not all of the time and definitely not daily.
The honor of unhealthiest menu item on McDonald's menu isn’t the Big Mac, and it’s not even a burger. Up until the addition of the Double Bacon Smokehouse Burger in July 2018, it was the only order that topped the 1,000 calorie mark. And even now, it beats out the meat-packed sandwich by 220 calories, or the equivalent of a small
order of fries.
1350 calories, 65 g fat (25 g saturated fat, 0.5 g trans fat), 2100 mg sodium, 155 g carbs (6 g fiber, 48 g sugar), 35 g protein
Despite their new-and-improved menu, this meal is a lingering reminder that the Golden Arches is the infamous chain that invented supersizing.
Just a single meal wipes out your entire day’s recommended allowance of fat (for a 2,000 calorie diet), a whopping 126 percent of a single day's worth of saturated fat, and just a hair shy of what you should consume in a day of blood-pressure raising sodium and blood sugar spiking added sugar.