A Chicken Salad Wrap Tops List Of 75 Least-Healthy Chain Restaurant Foods

A chicken salad wrap tops this year’s list of the 75 most calorie-laden and overall unhealthy foods served at U.S. chain restaurants.

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The 2021 list of the fattiest, cheesiest, most fried, saltiest, and sugary-delicious treats were compiled by Eat This, Not That, a health and wellness website.

The ranking is based on calories as well as sugar, sodium, fat, and protein contents.

In the No. 1 spot for the least-healthy menu item, you can order in the U.S., is Applebee’s Oriental Chicken Salad Wrap. The sandwich contains 1,890 calories, 112 g fat, 2,910 mg sodium, 179 g carbs (10 g fiber, 37 g sugar), 43 g of protein.

“A coating of crispy batter and a heaping pile of deep-fried potatoes is no way to treat your children that is served up in a warp, adding on more calories,” the ranking explained.

Other dishes high on the list of unhealthy foods are: 

  • Buffalo Wild Wings 30-piece Lemon Pepper Traditional Wings, 
  • Carrabba’s Fettuccine Weesie with Whole-Grain Spaghetti, 
  • Chili’s Crispy Honey-Chipotle Crispers & Waffles, 
  • Denny’s Cinnamon Roll Pancake Breakfast, 
  • and Friendly’s Clam Strips Platter.

To see the full ranking, visit the list at

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