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The #1 Worst Omelette You Can Order

Eat This, Not That! Logo Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 6: For a lot of people, going out for breakfast is one of life's great pleasures. And restaurants that serve breakfast all day? That's a treat. With all the buzz you hear about low-sugar and low-carb living these days, browsing past the pancakes and biscuits with gravy to find some protein-powered egg dishes might seem like a healthier move. But, beware: As our research shows, the omelette section can have some of the worst red flags on a restaurant's entire menu.For this analysis of the omelettes at five beloved breakfast chains, we focused mostly on the calorie count. Certainly, calories aren't the only way to judge how good or bad a particular food is for you—but considering chain restaurant items are designed to be delicious enough to induce the cravings that will keep bringing you back for more, they generally tend to be inherently high in fat (including saturated fat), sodium, and other unhealthy ingredients. By reviewing the calorie count alone on these menu items, it's an intuitive indication of which breakfast orders have the worst all-around nutrition facts.What follows are the worst omelettes you can order at 5 popular restaurant chains—with the most caloric restaurant chain last. (Note: The restaurant data listed here is for reference, as nutrition content can vary each time a particular dish is served.)By the way, don't miss Jamie Oliver Lost 26 Pounds By Making This One Change to His Diet.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

The #1 Worst Omelette You Can Order

For a lot of people, going out for breakfast is one of life's great pleasures. And restaurants that serve breakfast all day? That's a treat. With all the buzz you hear about low-sugar and low-carb living these days, browsing past the pancakes and biscuits with gravy to find some protein-powered egg dishes might seem like a healthier move. But, beware: As our research shows, the omelette section can have some of the worst red flags on a restaurant's entire menu.

For this analysis of the omelettes at five beloved breakfast chains, we focused mostly on the calorie count. Certainly, calories aren't the only way to judge how good or bad a particular food is for you—but considering chain restaurant items are designed to be delicious enough to induce the cravings that will keep bringing you back for more, they generally tend to be inherently high in fat (including saturated fat), sodium, and other unhealthy ingredients. By reviewing the calorie count alone on these menu items, it's an intuitive indication of which breakfast orders have the worst all-around nutrition facts.

What follows are the worst omelettes you can order at 5 popular restaurant chains—with the most caloric restaurant chain last. (Note: The restaurant data listed here is for reference, as nutrition content can vary each time a particular dish is served.)

By the way, don't miss Jamie Oliver Lost 26 Pounds By Making This One Change to His Diet.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

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