Remember that this is an approximation; the specific amounts depend on your age, weight, height, and gender. You can calculate your daily intake here.
Of course, if you want a healthy diet, fast food should be at the bottom of your list of food options. Ideally, just avoid it like the plague, and never ever step into a junk food restaurant. But realistically, occasionally allowing yourself to indulge in a treat may be a good option. I give myself a French fries treat every once in awhile for example, and don’t forget the hamburger day of the month.
Watch this video to see what is inside your fast food.
The nutritional content of a meal can be broken down into: Salt, sugar, carbs, protein, fat, saturated fat, and the number of calories. On average, a daily healthy diet can be broken down to:
- Salt: 1500 mg
- Sugar: 25 g
- Carbs: 130 g
- Fats: 56 g
- Sat Fat: 16 g
- Protein: 50 gr
- Calories: 2,000