These cheese fries definitely look mouth-watering, but that drool comes with a price. Topped with loads of cheese, bacon and jalapenos, it has nearly 5,000 milligrams of sodium. Wow!
A plate full of pancakes, eggs, hash browns, sausage and a biscuit is bound to have a heaping amount of calories. This full platter is not only packed with calories, but it has over 3,000 milligrams of sodium too!
A salad is healthy right? While this grilled shrimp and spinach salad may seem like the best option on the menu it has 1,000 calories and 3,000 milligrams of sodium hidden inside it.
This juicy burger topped with bacon and cheddar cheese may look appetizing, but its 4,280 milligrams of sodium is a little off-putting. Homemade burgers might be your best bet if you're really craving a juicy burger.
Like the Burger King breakfast platter, the Lumberjack Slam from Denny's is a plate full of hearty breakfast foods and loads of sodium. With a little over 4,000 milligrams of sodium you may want to opt for a different option.
Sure the burrito bowl is a little healthier then the infant-sized burritos Chipotle offers. But a chicken burrito bowl topped with brown rice, cheese, black beans, lettuce, salsa and sour cream has almost 2,000 milligrams. That's close to your recommended intake for the day all in one meal!
Subway has prided itself with being a weight loss tool, but this Turkey Italiano Melt may not be the best choice. It has nearly 3,000 milligrams of sodium and 1,000 calories. Wow!
Of course fried cheese sticks dipped in yummy sauces may not be the healthiest choice to begin with but it doesn't help that these sticks have 2,500 milligrams of sodium in only 6 sticks!
A panini with grilled chicken and a few veggies can't be that bad right? Wrong. It has over 2,000 milligrams of sodium! No thank you!
Oh McDonald's. The quick and easy place to go. But even its grilled chicken sandwiches aren't the best for you! This grilled chicken sandwich has 1,750 milligrams of sodium. Although not as high as others, that's over half your recommended daily intake.
This meal could have been healthier if the calamari and veggies weren't fried and drenched in sauces. It seems we now live in a society where frying your veggies is the only way to eat them. With 4,280 milligrams of sodium, this meal is definitely one to avoid.
A turkey club may seem like a healthy option, but sometimes healthy options at fast food restaurants are packed with sodium too. This large Ultimate Turkey Club from Quiznos packs over 5,800 milligrams of sodium into on sandwich!! That's over double of the recommended daily intake.
Who doesn't love Olive Garden? From a plate full of carbs to those addicting breadsticks, you just can't get enough. While it certainly is delicious, be wary of the calories and sodium packed dishes they serve. The Chicken Parmigiana has 1,050 calories and 3,000 milligrams of sodium!