Five Guys recently updated its menu to make it friendlier for your waistline. If you’re trying to decrease your intake of refined grains, like those served at many fast-food establishments, Five Guys offers a line of Bunless Little Burgers. The Little Bacon Burger is carb-free and has a reasonable amount of calories and sodium — and, yes, you can enjoy bacon on occasion.
Per serving: Calories 300; Fat 24 g (Saturated 11 g); Sodium 310 mg; Carbohydrate 0 g; Protein 20 g
The Bacon Cheeseburger still has close to 50 percent of your calories, based on an average 2,000 calorie diet. With so many better options on the menu, this is one to skip.
Per serving: Calories 920; Fat 62 g (Saturated 29.5 g); Sodium 1,310 mg; Carbohydrate 40 g; Protein 51 g
The Whopper Jr. delivers the BK burger you crave for fewer calories and less fat than other choices on the menu.
Per serving: Calories 300; Fat 16 g (Saturated 4.5 g); Sodium 460 mg; Carbohydrate 27 g; Protein 9 g
The A.1. Ultimate Bacon Cheeseburger contains two quarter-pound beef patties, thick-cut smoked bacon, American cheese and A.1. Steak Sauce on a brioche bun. It’s no surprise that the nutrition numbers reflect all the artery-clogging ingredients.
Per serving: Calories 850; Fat 51 g (Saturated 22 g); Sodium 1,480 mg; Carbohydrate 43 g; Protein 41 g
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One of America's favorite quick bites is a burger. There's a difference, however, between a well-portioned burger and an oversize gut-buster topped with the works. Find out which burger you should be ordering and which to skip on your next visit to these popular burger joints.
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