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10 Fast-Food Kids' Meals—Ranked from Best to Worst

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Cheyenne Buckingham of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 11: Kids are incredibly impressionable—bad eating habits learned in childhood can carry into adulthood, so it's important that children learn healthy eating habits at a young age to prevent chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes later in life. Fast food is a large contributor to the increasing obesity rates in children, which is why we thought it was crucial to identify the best and worst kids' food options.So the next time you don't have time to whip up a meal and have to resort to a fast-food drive-thru, we hope you can refer to this simple guide so that can you feel confident that you're ordering a healthy meal for your child.Methodology: In order to separate the best kids' meals from the worst, we ranked primarily off of calories. For our ranking, any kids' meal combo that clocked in at 400 calories or below made the best list, while those that exceeded that figure made the worst. We also factored in other nutritionals, such as saturated fat, sodium, and sugar content.And to uncover more meals you'll want to stay away from when you're dining out, check out The Fattiest Restaurant Meals in America.Now, here are 10 fast-food kids' meals, ranked from best to worst.

10 Fast-Food Kids' Meals—Ranked from Best to Worst

Kids are incredibly impressionable—bad eating habits learned in childhood can carry into adulthood, so it's important that children learn healthy eating habits at a young age to prevent chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes later in life. Fast food is a large contributor to the increasing obesity rates in children, which is why we thought it was crucial to identify the best and worst kids' food options.

So the next time you don't have time to whip up a meal and have to resort to a fast-food drive-thru, we hope you can refer to this simple guide so that can you feel confident that you're ordering a healthy meal for your child.

Methodology: In order to separate the best kids' meals from the worst, we ranked primarily off of calories. For our ranking, any kids' meal combo that clocked in at 400 calories or below made the best list, while those that exceeded that figure made the worst. We also factored in other nutritionals, such as saturated fat, sodium, and sugar content.

And to uncover more meals you'll want to stay away from when you're dining out, check out The Fattiest Restaurant Meals in America.

Now, here are 10 fast-food kids' meals, ranked from best to worst.

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