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Worst foods in America


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worth quoting

"The best thing about 2008 is that it's going to be over in 12 months."

 

—Kenneth Goldstein, senior economist at the Conference Board, which does
business research

 

"You know you're a great leader when your troops will follow you—if only out of
curiosity."

 

—General Colin Powell, during his keynote speech at the IFA convention in
February

 

"Let your high-potential talent know they're high potential. Sometimes they leave and are surprised we thought of them that way."

 

—Terrian Barnes, global diversity officer for Yum Brands at the IFA's 9th Annual
Leadership Conference, held the first day of the convention

"Eat This Not That," a new book by David Zinczenko, the editor-in chief of Men's
Health magazine, shows readers the difference in calories and fat between two
meals at the same restaurant. For instance, if you eat two slices of Crunchy
Thin Crust Pepperoni Pizza at Domino's instead of the Classic Hand-Tossed Pizza,
you save 210 calories and 11 grams of fat. 

Below are some of the candidates for Zinczenko's worst foods in America. The
winner: Outback Steakhouse's Aussie Cheese Fries at 2,900 calories and 182 grams
of fat

 

Worst Drink

Thirty-ounce Jamba Juice Chocolate Moo'd Power Smoothie: 900 calorie, 166 grams
of sugar

Worst Breakfast Sandwich

Dunkin' Donuts Sausage, Egg and Cheese Croissant: 630 calories, 45 grams of fat

 

Worst Airport Snack

Cinnabon Classic Cinnamon Roll: 

813 calories, 32 grams of fat

 

Worst Sandwich

Large Quiznos Chicken Carbonara:

1,510 calories, 82 grams fat, 3,750 milligrams of  sodium

 

Worst Burger

Carl's Jr. Double Six Dollar Burger: 

1,520 calories, 111 grams of  fat

 

Worst Kids' Meal

Macaroni Grill Double Macaroni 'n' Cheese: 1,210 calories, 3,450 milligrams of
salt

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