Unhealthiest Things at Olive Garden

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It’s not easy to eat healthy at the Italian chain
Olive Garden
The "Tour of Italy" contains 1,500 calories.

Olive Garden is one of America’s biggest and most popular Italian restaurant chains, and it has recently come under a lot of fire for practices its investors don’t agree with, like giving away too many breadsticks and not salting the pasta water. They’ve also been taking pains to try to add some healthier options to their menu. But for every baked tilapia with shrimp, which contains just 360 calories and 12 grams of fat, there are also a whole host of unhealthy options with more than 1,000 calories. Here are the six unhealthiest items on the Olive Garden menu by calorie count and fat content; when in doubt, take half to go!

#6 Chicken Scampi

Calories: 1,310
Fat: 76 grams

#5 Steak Gorgonzola-Alfredo

Calories: 1,380
Fat: 85 grams

#4 Spaghetti with Italian Sausage

Calories: 1,410
Fat: 83 grams

#3 Tour of Italy

Calories: 1,500
Fat: 93 grams

#2 Chicken Alfredo

Calories: 1,540
Fat: 97 grams

#1 Chicken & Shrimp Carbonara

Calories: 1,540
Fat: 104 grams

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