McDonald's Breakfast Menu: Unhealthiest Morning Options

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Some items are MUCH unhealthier than others
McDonald's Breakfast Menu

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The McDonald's Big Breakfast is, in short, really bad for you.

The McDonald’s menu is full of items both healthy and unhealthy, and nowhere is that disparity more glaringly obvious than their breakfast menu. Everyone looks for something different for their first meal of the day, and whether it’s a fruit parfait or a big plate of pancakes and eggs, McDonald’s delivers. But don’t think for one minute that just because it’s breakfast doesn’t mean it’s not that bad for you. Here are the six unhealthiest breakfast options on the McDonald’s menu, from a calorie standpoint.

#6 Steak & Egg Biscuit
Calories: 540
Fat: 32 grams
Sodium: 1,470 milligrams

#5 Sausage, Egg, & Cheese McGriddle
Calories: 550
Fat: 31 grams
Sodium: 1,320 milligrams

#4 Sausage Biscuit with Egg
Calories: 570
Fat: 37 grams
Sodium: 1,280 milligrams

#3 Bacon, Egg & Cheese Bagel
Calories: 620
Fat: 31 grams
Sodium: 1,480 milligrams

#2 Steak, Egg & Cheese Bagel
Calories: 670
Fat: 35 grams
Sodium: 1,510 milligrams

#1 Big Breakfast with Hotcakes and Large Biscuit*
Calories: 1,150
Fat: 60 grams
Sodium: 2,260 milligrams

*This one is the worst offender, but all of the Big Breakfasts (which contain scrambled eggs, sausage, hashbrowns, and biscuits of varying sizes) are unhealthier than all of the other breakfast options, and are, in fact, the unhealthiest items on the whole menu).

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