In and of itself, Cinnabon may be the Mack Daddy of baked treats but with that said, we strongly suggest you avoid Cinnabon’s Caramel Pecanbon. Anyone who brings a box of these to a brunch or party only serves gooey sugar that’s been neatly contained in baked dough.
In fact, if you see a tray of these, leave immediately. Rather go next door, where they’re serving quiches and carrot sticks. It might not be as fun, but at 880 calories per bun, you’re better off eating something else. Sure, “Better Call Saul” brought Cinnabon to a whole other audience, but not even that show promoted this monster of a treat.
Frozen yogurts seem to be a wholesome, innocuous treat. You know, one that's reserved for the weekend or an outing on a warm summer's day. After all, yogurt is usually good for the digestive system, right? However, when you think about what's in this frozen dessert, you might realize just how astonishingly indulgent it really is.
Typically, frozen yogurt is lower in fat than ice cream, but somehow it's much higher in sugar. In fact, they have six times more sugar than protein. Not to mention all of the rich toppings you can put on top of that white goodness. All of the candy, the chocolate, the sprinkles. It's not healthy.
Sports drinks may just be the fuel through which all things are possible. A burst of sugar and electrolytes can help athletes kick-start their workout. It is normal to see your favorite athletes getting that much-needed boost at half time of the game or during the water break. But is it really that beneficial? Sadly, no.
Sports drinks are full of sugar and artificial colors (which explains all of those fluorescent ones out there), you are better off drinking coconut water or eating a KIND bar. Or you can try the sugar-free Sports drinks, are they healthier? Or at least, healthy-ish? Undecided. But they can't be worse, right?
Subway's Chicken and Bacon Ranch Melt
At the risk of ruining Subway meals forever, we must tell you that Subway sandwiches are just not healthy. Gasp! While Subway has often been thought of as one of the healthier fast-food options out there, that certainly isn't the case when it comes to its worst menu items.
This is where the Chicken and Bacon Ranch Melt comes in. At 1,150 calories this sandwich has 57 grams of fat and 87 grams of carbs. It might be delicious, we'll give Subway that. But you might want to consider cutting this thing in half and sharing it with a friend. Heck, maybe even cut it into 10 pieces and share it with the entire family.
Burger King's Oreo Shake
From a nostalgic perspective, we love milkshakes, they remind us of our childhood when we'd have a milkshake every Friday after school. This is why we need to say this — we're not complaining only on our own behalf but on behalf of milkshakes everywhere. Not to mention the fact that this is specifically from Burger King.
BK's Oreo shake features some seriously shocking amounts of sugar, 92 grams per serving! That's more than four times the recommended daily intake and it's just in one milkshake. if you're in the mood for a delicious shake, then you're better off making your own.