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McDonald's Nutrition Facts & Calories

McDonald's Nutrition Facts & Calories

McDonald's Nutrition Facts & Calories

McDonald's is a fast-food chain known for its burgers, fries, and signature golden arches.

McDonald's menu is generally considered to be high in calories, fat, and sodium and is not considered a healthy fast-food option, although they do offer some lower-calorie options such as salads and grilled chicken sandwiches.

Items to avoid at McDonald's include the Big Mac, Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese, and large fries, all of which are high in calories, fat, and sodium. Additionally, the chicken nuggets and crispy chicken sandwiches can be high in fat.

To make healthier choices at McDonald's, consider ordering a grilled chicken sandwich or salad with a low-fat dressing. Opt for apple slices or a side salad instead of fries, and choose water or unsweetened iced tea instead of soda. Be mindful of portion sizes and avoid adding extras like cheese, bacon, or creamy sauces to your order.

Below are the full nutrition facts for the full McDonald's menu. Select any item to view the complete nutritional information including calories, carbs, sodium and Weight Watchers points. You can also use our calorie filter to find the McDonald's menu item that best fits your diet.

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McDonald's Menu Nutrition

Updated: 10/16/2023

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